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  1. Anonymous


    I have been Flying on American Airlines for the last 15 years and recently became a million miler. I fly out of Tucson, Arizona so I have the choice to choose between a few different airlines for my job which has me traveling across the US about 75,000 miles a year. Recently I’ve been considering a move to Delta or United as American has seemed to be struggling more than the other legacy carriers. Do you have any advice on choosing an airline to commit to? I want to commit to one airline because as a taller guy I like to be able to choose an exit row or extended leg room seat for free, and I don’t want to have to pay for carry-on’s.


  2. rickyw

    Operationally, Delta would probably be your best bet. You could also look to see if either Delta or United would offer you a status match, so you don’t have to start from scratch.

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