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Florida - 2 weeks London Gatwick to Orlando (Sanford) Sat 17th April to Sat 1st May only £210.50

£210.50 @ Monarch Airlines
Florida - 2 weeks London Gatwick to Orlando (Sanford) Sat 17th April to Sat 1st May only £210.50 + £30 bags is the only extra needed to pay on top, bargain price! Read More
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Florida - 2 weeks London Gatwick to Orlando (Sanford) Sat 17th April to Sat 1st May only £210.50

+ £30 bags is the only extra needed to pay on top, bargain price!
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#1
Doesnt it make you laugh, late booking fee.


Outward: Sat 17 April 2010
Return: Sat 01 May 2010

10:55 Depart London Gatwick (LGW)
15:25 Arrive Florida (Sanford) (SFB)

22:45 Depart Florida (Sanford) (SFB)
12:00 Arrive London Gatwick (LGW)

Flight Price

1 adult at £88.00

Flight Meals Included

Taxes and Fuel 1 passenger at £105.00

ATOL protection 1 passenger at £2.50

Late Booking Fee 1 passenger at £15.00

Pre Purchase Baggage (20kg allowance per person) 1 passenger at £30.00

Total price: £ 240.50
#2
Ewww Sanford lol
#3
good deal, pity daughters at school
#4
sprocket
Doesnt it make you laugh, late booking fee.


Outward: Sat 17 April 2010
Return: Sat 01 May 2010

10:55 Depart London Gatwick (LGW)
15:25 Arrive Florida (Sanford) (SFB)

22:45 Depart Florida (Sanford) (SFB)
12:00 Arrive London Gatwick (LGW)

Flight Price

1 adult at £88.00

Flight Meals Included

Taxes and Fuel 1 passenger at £105.00

ATOL protection 1 passenger at £2.50

Late Booking Fee 1 passenger at £15.00

Pre Purchase Baggage (20kg allowance per person) 1 passenger at £30.00

Total price: £ 240.50


I love the late booking fee, like its our fault were booking it late!!, bloody airlines always trying to get that extra
#5
Adidas Addict
Ewww Sanford lol


Sanford is not too bad mate, I prefer Orlando International, but Sanford is usually quick and direct too.
#6
deash
good deal, pity daughters at school


Oh well looks like its you and your partner then, leave her a note tho let her know you have gone and where the food etc it! tee hee
#7
luv sanford and royal palm lounge.
#8
also the same price if you come back a week later ie 8th may:thumbsup:
#9
nwressell
Sanford is not too bad mate, I prefer Orlando International, but Sanford is usually quick and direct too.


I only ever fly to MCO after a trip to sanford about 5 years ago, the place was a dump and it resembled a cattle market at passport control. Suppose it may have changed in 5 years, but I'll stick with MCO thanks:thumbsup:
#10
But you'd miss the build up to the election!
#11
Nice one.
banned#12
Adidas Addict
I only ever fly to MCO after a trip to sanford about 5 years ago, the place was a dump and it resembled a cattle market at passport control. Suppose it may have changed in 5 years, but I'll stick with MCO thanks:thumbsup:


I had the opposite experience. MCO was horrendous. Far too big and gradually working your way down the levels, queuing at each one to collect bags or show documents, until you reach the garage to collect your car. Then you get involved in a mad rush to leave the airport.

10 months later, returned to Sanford. Short walk from the drop-off point to the baggage hall. Short wait for the luggage. Short walk & queue in passport control. Short walk across lobby to car hire desk. Short walk to car park to collect car. 5 minute drive to a quiet motorway to get your bearings in LHD mode.

Even though Sanford is further away from the main hotel areas, I found the actual transfer time to get from the seat on the plane to hotel check in was shorter and much more relaxed. Of course, having been before and knowing my way around might have helped.

Small, regional airports are the way to go. In the UK I prefer Bristol, Cardiff etc. Gatwick depresses me. Same applies overseas.
#13
wessie
I had the opposite experience. MCO was horrendous. Far too big and gradually working your way down the levels, queuing at each one to collect bags or show documents, until you reach the garage to collect your car. Then you get involved in a mad rush to leave the airport.

10 months later, returned to Sanford. Short walk from the drop-off point to the baggage hall. Short wait for the luggage. Short walk & queue in passport control. Short walk across lobby to car hire desk. Short walk to car park to collect car. 5 minute drive to a quiet motorway to get your bearings in LHD mode.

Even though Sanford is further away from the main hotel areas, I found the actual transfer time to get from the seat on the plane to hotel check in was shorter and much more relaxed. Of course, having been before and knowing my way around might have helped.

Small, regional airports are the way to go. In the UK I prefer Bristol, Cardiff etc. Gatwick depresses me. Same applies overseas.


Each to their own, I know my way through MCO like the back of my hand after many many visits so maybe that helps, also love how you're right on Sand Lake after leaving (as long as you ignore the signs on the toll for iDrive lol).
banned#14
Who goes to Orlando without kids?
#15
I can't believe people are so snobby about which planes and airports they use, pick the cheapest and the money u saved spend on something else. It's just getting u from a to b. Nothing wrong with Sanford. Tempted ... Hot
#16
Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


Me, Orlando rocks!
#17
Wessie ... the trick to MCO is to split up when in the main building. Somone stays for the luggage and the other gets the car. It's even quicker if you register for something like Dollar Express as this allows you to queue jump :)

Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


Roll on 2015 when the endowment coughs up and my dear wife and I can go and enjoy Orlando without our kids moaning about the heat, the queues and me wanting to get up and leave before 8am to beat the queues and the heat!
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Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


Me and mrs go nearly every year, we always carefully choose dates when both British and American schools are not on holiday. I would say the only thing in Orlando geared towards kids is Disney. For adults you have:

1: Brilliant weather (april/may or Sept/Oct)
2: Fanatstic food (thank god you don't eat the stuff year round or you'd be as big as the americans)
3: Some of the best outlet shopping in the world
4: Fantastic nightlife
5: Busch Gardens, Seaworld, Univeral, Islands of Adventure etc etc, more geared towards adults than you would imagine.

I used to feel the same, that Orlando was just for families with children until my first visit and now just can't get enough of the place, as long as there aren't too many kids there (choose dates carefully).
#19
Adidas Addict
1: Brilliant weather (april/may or Sept/Oct)
2: Fanatstic food (thank god you don't eat the stuff year round or you'd be as big as the americans)
3: Some of the best outlet shopping in the world
4: Fantastic nightlife
5: Busch Gardens, Seaworld, Univeral, Islands of Adventure etc etc, more geared towards adults than you would imagine.


All agreed and I wish I was back there now!
#20
Adidas Addict
Me and mrs go nearly every year, we always carefully choose dates when both British and American schools are not on holiday. I would say the only thing in Orlando geared towards kids is Disney. For adults you have:

1: Brilliant weather (april/may or Sept/Oct)
2: Fanatstic food (thank god you don't eat the stuff year round or you'd be as big as the americans)
3: Some of the best outlet shopping in the world
4: Fantastic nightlife
5: Busch Gardens, Seaworld, Univeral, Islands of Adventure etc etc, more geared towards adults than you would imagine.

I used to feel the same, that Orlando was just for families with children until my first visit and now just can't get enough of the place, as long as there aren't too many kids there (choose dates carefully).



So totally agree. And i am in my 60's.
But nowadays i think Sanford is great! So quick, last time we went, last year the immigration man actually smiled at us and we reckon even with the drive over to I27 very little difference in time taken. Because immigration and picking up car is so quick compared to the MCO.
Before booking this have a look at TUI flights. ie. 'First Choice' flights are very competitive for last minute bookings.:whistling:
#21
Adidas Addict
Me and mrs go nearly every year, we always carefully choose dates when both British and American schools are not on holiday. I would say the only thing in Orlando geared towards kids is Disney. For adults you have:

1: Brilliant weather (april/may or Sept/Oct)
2: Fanatstic food (thank god you don't eat the stuff year round or you'd be as big as the americans)
3: Some of the best outlet shopping in the world
4: Fantastic nightlife
5: Busch Gardens, Seaworld, Univeral, Islands of Adventure etc etc, more geared towards adults than you would imagine.

I used to feel the same, that Orlando was just for families with children until my first visit and now just can't get enough of the place, as long as there aren't too many kids there (choose dates carefully).


Yep, couldn't agree more!. Me and my other half are going there again in June for the forth year in a row...this time it will be our honeymoon!.
There is SO much to do even if you dont have children. The weather is amazing, as you say, food is fantastic., loads of the parks have plenty to do for adults....we just totally love it. I would go every single year for the rest of my life if i could!
#22
Looks like a great deal. Anyone know the cost of hiring a car for 2 weeks there?

P :)
#23
pill
Looks like a great deal. Anyone know the cost of hiring a car for 2 weeks there?

P :)


Haven't checked this year as we have both had brand new cars so doesn't look like we will get hols but we use this comany every year:

http://www.usrentacar.co.uk/
#24
Adidas Addict
Ewww Sanford lol


Ever been there? Its actually better than MCO.. not as busy and you are out the airport within 20 mins

EDIT
just read that you have. Hmm cattle market? Are you sure this is the website for you then? Nothing wrong with people finding bargains!
#25
Great price for those without kids although you may catch the end of the Easter ruish which i believe is the busiest annual periods at the parks

Sure flying into Sanford won't ruin your two week holiday LOL!! Its an airport FFS!
#26
Adidas Addict
I only ever fly to MCO after a trip to sanford about 5 years ago, the place was a dump and it resembled a cattle market at passport control. Suppose it may have changed in 5 years, but I'll stick with MCO thanks:thumbsup:


Was at Sanford in 2007 - never thought anything of the place - got in, through customs fast, bags fast - picked up hire car and away - must faster than Orlando.

Who really cares anyway? You don't go on holiday to enjoy the feckin airport!:whistling::roll:
#27
Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


People who are aware that there are other cities in Florida and more to the place than all that Disney crap. You don't have to stay there, you can leave the area you know.
#28
Yes to ALL of those! Im 32, have been many times, and love it! Oh, and add cheap skydiving to the list! Go and do a tandem at least! Guaranteed good weather, very safe, and MUCH cheaper than the UK! And the views.....!

Adidas Addict
Me and mrs go nearly every year, we always carefully choose dates when both British and American schools are not on holiday. I would say the only thing in Orlando geared towards kids is Disney. For adults you have:

1: Brilliant weather (april/may or Sept/Oct)
2: Fanatstic food (thank god you don't eat the stuff year round or you'd be as big as the americans)
3: Some of the best outlet shopping in the world
4: Fantastic nightlife
5: Busch Gardens, Seaworld, Univeral, Islands of Adventure etc etc, more geared towards adults than you would imagine.

I used to feel the same, that Orlando was just for families with children until my first visit and now just can't get enough of the place, as long as there aren't too many kids there (choose dates carefully).
#29
Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


Paedos :)
#30
On the subject of Sanford, one thing it is really good for is easing the fears of first time drivers in the USA. Coming out of MCO can be a bit daunting; you're on the wrong side of the car, driving an automatic, on the wrong side of the road and straight into some busy roads. Driving out of Sanford is far more relaxing and gives a driver time to get used to the car and the roads before they get busy. Having flown in / out of both I would certainly recommend Sanford to the first time driver.
#31
Gone down to £199 (+ £30 if you want to take a 20Kg suitcase) or go for 3 weeks, same price.
Haven't seen Florida flights this cheap for a while...
#32
Delbert Grady
Gone down to £199 (+ £30 if you want to take a 20Kg suitcase) or go for 3 weeks, same price.
Haven't seen Florida flights this cheap for a while...


Also some from Manchester for £199 for us northern monkeys:thumbsup:
#33
cheap, cheap , cheap

Just booked a cheappie to the canaries otherwise i would be going.

one restaurant to go to

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#34
Villa
Who goes to Orlando without kids?


I go all the time without kids, its not just theme parks, so much more to Florida than that
#35
how many booked this and then could not go cos of the closedown

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