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First Flyer: American Airlines trans-Pacific
by: Christopher Pittman

Against the background of a tug-of-war for the loyalties of Japan Airlines (JAL) by its current and would-be partners—American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, respectively—AIRWAYS sampled AA’s premium-class service between the USA and Tokyo, and experienced the Oneworld alliance’s operations at Narita.
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Star Alliance Mileage Run
by: Joe Wolf

Recently, a poster to FlyerTalk's mileage run forum made me aware of an exceptional fare out of Minneapolis on United Airlines: MSP–GEG for $144 with tax, in first class. This fare was lower than the value of the Mileage Plus miles I would earn, so I immediately booked a one-day roundtrip. A bonus was the chance to fly on a United Boeing 737 for the last time.
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In-flight with Wataniya
by: Christopher J Varady

Forget about five-star airlines. Wataniya Airways is in a class by itself. Every aspect of the airline's service - in both classes - is flawless and well-thought out to the last detail...
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United Airlines
by: Haas Mroue

Quick and efficient, first class lived up to its name and was called first for boarding. Only half of the 24 seats were occupied, which meant I had ample space with the adjacent 6B vacant.
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US Airways
by: Haas Mroue

As the fusion of US Airways and America West continues, check-in is done by destination according to which aircraft is being used on what route. When I approached the US Airways desk, an agent asked where I was flying and directed me to the Charlotte desk.
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