American Airlines among other airlines is experiencing weather delays in and out of Dallas. Our hearts and thoughts go out to families effected by the storms. Consider checking out the Oklahoma Red Cross to help those effected by the storm. There are plenty of people that need and will appreciate the assistance.
My original post was completed before having full knowledge of the storms and their impact. I had my second AA flight of the year booked through Dallas tonight, but
unfortunately it was cancelled due to the weather in the area. I had even attempted to pre-order my first class meal, but learned that a meal cannot be pre-ordered less than 24 hours before a flight.
Was really looking forward to my Cheese Tortellini with Romano Sauce and a Glenlivit. That pales in comparison to the problems others are facing in the region.
Are any of you experiencing the same delAAys tonight? Stay safe.
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