The 767-300 parked on the tarmac at Roissy 2 had a new exterior. Unfortunately, the interior hadn't changed any since Julio sang about it. Despite the comfortable seats and generous pitch, the economy class was beginning to look seriously dated. There was no in-flight entertainment, and there were cathode ray screens attached to the ceiling, the way they used to be. They showed us two movies in 9 hours of flying. It would be better to bring something to entertain yourself, but make sure your portable device doesn't need charging, since the outlets only go with the "plus" seats, which cost extra. The flight crew was "experienced," even somewhat old, but they were charming and considerate. When it came to the meal, they had chicken or pasta. It wasn't that good, but not that bad either. Overall, it was a pretty long flight that seemed longer because there was no in-flight entertainment. On the other hand, the conditions were pleasant (seat and pitch).
The return flight, flight AA 62, was on a 767 that still had the old AA look, it was as impressive as the interior was faded, even a little yellow. It's too bad for the image of this US airline since it is actually very good.
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