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11 April 2015

The very American breakfast in the sky, First class, US/AA2061

The American airlines and US airways will merge in two years. I flew with the very American flight in American domestic. I had very difference experience from the Japan Airlines one.

I started the journey to Houston on the early morning in the chilled March. The temperature was 25 degree Fahrenheit. Some airplanes were freezed the body.

After taking off, a cabin attendant served the breakfast. The menu was as following.

Entre: The omelet with broccoli and soted potato and chili sausage

Fresh fruit

The bread choice: biscotti or whole nuts bread
 

I had the choice from omelet or crape. The style of service was very different from that of British airways or Japan airline. I prefer British one. After boarding, the cabin crew came to asking the choice of the Entre and first drink. There was no selection of sparkling wines or champagnes. I had seen the tourist from America was so excited she served a glass of champagne and she ordered more two bottle of champagne (of course the quarter size) on British airways flight.

The entre was very American style. Once I had the flight from London to Edinburgh on early morning, I had been served the very lovely and traditional British breakfast on the BA economy class. The omelet is soft like sponge and very nice taste.

I was very surprised that American called the bread like scone “Biscotti”. It looks like the shape of scone with wolf mouse, but it was very salty, not butter-rich and very soft. I disappointed the British people had to teach the method of making the scones on their colonized period. And the strawberry jam was not good. The jam was made with corn silop and some pectin; it was very different from the British airways.

The coffee was not good as that served from Airline in Asian and European. The taste was very thin, smoky and sour like vinegar. This was real American coffee which served in Japanese coffee shop, I have never tasted one.

 

The cabin atmosphere was very comfortable and relaxed, but American.

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