I flew to San Francisco with my best friend Sam, it was a fantastic journey on SWA, which is why I am here today to share it with you. We flew from Los Angeles to San Francisco on a fairly old 737-300 (N374SW). It did not seem this way and was quite a great ride. To start off our journey, we arrived at LAX and printed our boarding pass, we had TSA Pre-check and fairly good boarding positions, though, we didn't have to worry about this as we had pre-boarding. We walked around the terminal before our flight boarded and saw the new Southwest livery with the Beats sticker on it, it was a very sleek and nice looking aircraft We then boarded the aircraft and had a nice chat with the crew and pilots, who explained the flight plan and let me start the APU and make his announcement. We then began the pushback, as you can tell it is quite rainy. Little did we know, the traffic in SFO was very backed up and we had a 20 minute ground delay. We departed and it was quite a bumpy ride to FL360 as a storm was about to pass through LAX. We finally got to cruise and the cabin crew came around and gave us free drinks and pretzels. The cabin was incredibly comfortable, in my opinion, it was better than the evolve cabin. We began our descent and the traffic was still backed up, so we were put into a 15-20 minute holding pattern over the Pacific. We were then vectored into 28L, and we broke out about 800 feet above. My friend was waiting for us on the ground and said we were 2 miles ahead of a jetBlue A321. We had a smooth touchdown and ended our journey at gate 28. I have linked the YouTube video so you can watch it. Hope you enjoyed my first trip report! :)
Los Angeles - LAX
San Francisco - SFO
Overall, this was a fantastic flight and I would, of course, fly Southwest Airlines again. Thanks all!
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