Flew round trip to London. To flight was OK. I was told I could not carry my cpap medical device onboard unless I checked my purse of medicine caddy, but it got there and only one hose was missing, rendering it useless for the length of my trip.
Flight back was not plesant. Once again had to repack to put my cpap in a checked bag. Flight sat at gate 1 hour and 20 minutes after boarding (not AA's fault) and was delayed on takeoff 20 more minutes. Those things happen. Got to DFW 2 hours late, flight to Tulsa was cancelled,,,but not until 1AM...spent night in terminal due to weather. Not AA's fault, except for the late termination. When I got on a plane after noon the next day, we waited an hour for an AA flight crew to arrive in DFW because they needed to be in Tulsa to meet a flight later. Then my luggage (and my cpap) stayed in Dallas for reasons known but to luggage people. they were really nice to talk to, but it was midnight the next day before I got my luggage. I will NOT fly AA again if I can help it. This from an old woman whose first AA flight was on a DC4 in sometime in the late 1940's early 1050'S.