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'The Bachelor': Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have travel issues

Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell experience problems with American Airlines.
Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell experience problems with American Airlines.
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Juan Pablo Galavis from "The Bachelor" on ABC is a man that travels a lot. Those travels usually involve airplanes, and he has been loyal to one airline in recent months. That is about to change though. On May 24, Juan Pablo went to his Twitter to share about his latest troubles with American Airlines. The flight started without WiFi, but that was only the beginning of his trouble. When he landed, he revealed in another tweet that one of pieces of luggage did not arrive with him.

This caused an exchange with American Airlines on social media, and he made it clear that he would be looking for another airline. Juan Pablo was not alone on this flight. Nikki Ferrell also posted on her Twitter about the lack of WiFi on her flight, so this means that she was with him for his trip. This was not the first time she had issues with American Airlines either. She had shared on her Twitter in the past about a long flight delay at the end of a trip to Chicago. She had an exchange with the airline during that incident, and Juan Pablo also went to his Twitter during that night as well.

Juan Pablo Galavis and Nikki Ferrell have both made it clear that they are not happy with the service American Airlines has provided them in recent weeks. Will Juan Pablo Galavis actually change airlines for future trips? Fans will need to keep an eye on his Twitter to see if he does. One does have to wonder if American Airlines would be so quick to respond to his and Nikki's complaints on social media if he was not a celebrity.

No WiFi being an issue is one thing, but lost luggage and flight delays are bigger issues. American Airlines have tried to reach out to Juan Pablo and Nikki, but the problems do seem to keep popping up. What do you think? Have you had your own troubles with American Airlines? Can you relate to Juan Pablo's experiences?