American Airlines 955 to Buenos Aires Business Class

American Airlines 955 to Buenos Aires Business Class | New York to Buenos Aires | Good Evening everyone, welcome on board flight AA955 with non-stop service from New York City all the way down to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Almost over 10 hours overnight flight, but hey when flying on the Business Class cabin, it only feels like two movies, a dinner and a morning breakfast. This time the seat was originally 11A but then the freindly crew moved me to a better 12E where I had a full empty business class row of three seats for my own leisure and comfort.

20111228-112911.jpgPeople laugh at me when I say, it was a short flight, only ten hours… But this has always been my life. My father was a commercial pilot, and I grew up on planes moving around the world, crossing zones, so you can imagine that a ten hours flight is pretty regular to me. Video above is a snap view of the American Airlines Business Class. I quite don’t get it when people make funny comments about them. I am pretty well travelled, and I must say that their seats in all classes, entertaiment system, frequent flyer program, on board meals and selection of wines match any of the other business class being offered by US, European and Asian carriers. I do fully agree they could improve on the customer service, crew, and meals on economy class. But in the end once you are on your seat and up on the air for an over ten hours flight, all that matters is the comfort of your seat, the meal you get, an aircraft in top mantainance conditions, a clean cabin and punctuality. At least that, as a frequent world traveler, is what I value when choosing and airline. Don’t get me wrong, as much as I like and enjoy flying on First or Business Class I quite often also fly in Economy, yes ha ha ha that crowded section of the plane in the far far back, so I have a pretty general idea. Final approach to Buenos Aires, so time to switch all electronic devices of. Excited to be back in Argentina and Buenos Aires, where I am orginally from, after almost two years of being away. Looking forward to explore the city, find new tips, restaurants, hotels and other cool stuff to share with you all at I will be reviewing a few hotels, just to name a few: Four Seasons Buenos Aires, Park Hyatt Buenos Aires and Serena Hotel Buenos Aires. Also time to spend quality time and New Years with my family and catch up with all my local friends. So stay tuned, this time I am going south. Buenos Dias Argentina.!!! CM

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Carlos Melia global bespoke Travel Agent, Travel Blogger, Concierge, Hospitality Consultant and Wedding Planner. Member of VIRTUOSO. Has earned, after over 25 years of Mainstream and Gay Travel experience, the mote of "Little Marco Polo". Jetsetter, bon vivant curates the world of luxury travel & lifestyle by experience, one destination at the time. Associated to First in Service Travel and Tzell Travel Network. Founder of LGTNetwork - Luxury Gay Travel Network. Follow, read and share my travel experiences worldwide at