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Reviewed on Feb 23, 2021
Very poor WiFi. Showed three bars but bad performance. Only complaint.
flights on time or close to on time
We sat in the tarmac a little to long leaving Detroit into IL.
Every thing was great
My flight and check in was great. It was the connecting flight that made the trip HORRIBLE. I flew from Detroit to Chicago with a connecting flight from Chicago to Phoenix. My flight from Chicago left @ 3:30. The first flight from Detroit to Chicago arrived at Chicago at 2:30pm my layover was to be for 40 minutes. When i was able to get off that flight at 3:05 pm it was humanly impossible to get to the other connecting flight to Phoenix because the boarding stopped at 3:15pm. When i arrived at the gate @ 3:27pm the flight was gone. I had to get a later flight to Phoenix
Free WiFi and plane on first flight was very nice. The flight from Chicago to Wichita was on a old plane with no Wifi.
Delta was the best flight that I had keep it up
The only thing is I bought a 18x14x9 thinking United would let me bring it as a carryone like spirit, but I had to pay $50 dollars to check mine and my daughters carry on’s.
|Number of Daily Flights||58|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jun 27|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jun 28|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
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