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|Origin Airport||Los Angeles Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Gallatin Field|
|Airlines Serving||Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, United|
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Seats were uncomfortable, older plane
Would have liked power/tech outlets- plane seems outdated without them...
bring your own drink. you only get one shot at a drink from them and with the glass full of ice, it's probably about 1/2 C of fluid, if that.
they should have specific spot for animals, I don't like to travel near to them, Im allergic to them, so respect human needs, aside of that the flight was good
I liked the flight. Great aircraft.
Had to wait 40 min to get a gate
The plane itself was very cold on this flight.
The flight was great. The airports were the problem.