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Florida in Feb for 2 weeks for 2 adults &. 2 children £1,110.14

£1110.14 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Norwegian air are a fab low cost airline. We have travelled with them before and they have brand new Dreamliners, which are fab planes... And the cost they save in fuel they pass on to customers. Gatw… Read More
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Norwegian air are a fab low cost airline. We have travelled with them before and they have brand new Dreamliners, which are fab planes... And the cost they save in fuel they pass on to customers. Gatwick - Boston £139 one way in Feb. these are true prices... And they are available! Bargains to be had here!

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edward2910
marty153
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
So did you vote hot?
I didn't vote, as I realise that some people might like holidaying in Florida and didn't want to influence the count, but give me Scandinavia or Baltic country every time, or Central or Eastern Europe. Or India, China or even Australia.
So why are you even in here if you would rather vacation anywhere else. Stop wasting everyones time.

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Which airports is the price based on ? - I'm interested in the Florida deal. Thanks.
1 Like #2
Mostly Gatwick... We booked to go to FortLaurderdale in half term for about £260 each rtn!
#3
The price I get for Gatwick to Florida in February is around £550 per person ? - How did you get it for £1,110.14 for 2 adults and 2 children ? - Which dates did you use ?

Thanks in advane.
1 Like #4
Orlando is a bit more... fort Laurderdale is just outside of Miami a few hours drive to Disney. We are going 12/2-22/2
2 Likes #5
Thank you! - Found it now. £320.00 per adult.
#6
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
#7
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
#8
That's Amazing....fiends have been travelling with them for years to Cyprus from Gatwicj cheaply. You have to pay extra £25 for a suitcase and extra for meals! The planes are new and have TV on each seat with a massive range to watch, they also have USB points and you can use mobiles to make calls when flying. Very comfortable flight!
3 Likes #9
happymanuk
Which airports is the price based on ? - I'm interested in the Florida deal. Thanks.
hi we booked through a company called ocean florida this year and had a lovely 5 bedroom villa for 5 adults and 1 child and all in all including car hire parking and hotel at gatwick for 1 night.+ 6 park ticket and space kennedy centre it worked out at around £1250.00 each that was for universal tickets also included legoland + busch gardens+ sea world +aquatica. and i can tell you it was well worth the money we paid.
we flew with virgin airlines which was brilliant to new york then on to orlando on the way back flew from daytona beach international to new york back to gatwick.
we went in august gonna go back not next year but the year after.
i have also noticed people on ebay hiring there villas out at good prices so if you can get a cheap flight your laughing.
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Just a word - a friend of ours used Norwegian to go to the Canaries in November, flight back was cancelled but they were only told when they got to the airport, there was nobody from the airline available, they were given a piece of paper advising them to call a number in Oslo for further info, no answer on the phone so they were left to find their own alternative way home! We were looking at using them to go to Florida next Spring but have had a re-thought of this. Great that they are giving customers a cheaper alternative but their Customer Service needs to be much better.
#11
We stay in my parents house several times a year so cheap flights make it a bargain
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jmb
Just a word - a friend of ours used Norwegian to go to the Canaries in November, flight back was cancelled but they were only told when they got to the airport, there was nobody from the airline available, they were given a piece of paper advising them to call a number in Oslo for further info, no answer on the phone so they were left to find their own alternative way home! We were looking at using them to go to Florida next Spring but have had a re-thought of this. Great that they are giving customers a cheaper alternative but their Customer Service needs to be much better.

We have never heard of that before! They have a customer desk at Gatwick, but not sure about return?! Hopefully they had insurance?
#13
Laura3848
We stay in my parents house several times a year so cheap flights make it a bargain
£233 return london to boston in feb
#14
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way

I already booked orlando for Easter from the Thomas cook deal posted on here a while back. We go to florida every summer but couldn't resist the flight price of £1290 for 2 adults 3 kids in Easter.

That now leaves our summer holiday free and we were thinkin New York & Las Vegas so I'm very interested in these flights from Edinburgh!!
#15
We flew Norwegian this year from Malaga to Tenerife. They were brilliant. WIFI on the plane, checkin fast and accurate. No complaints at all.
I wouldn't hesitate to book with them again.
1 Like #16
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way

Where? I dont see Norwegian going from EDI to NYC on their site
1 Like #17
jase.2
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
Where? I dont see Norwegian going from EDI to NYC on their site
its going to be available to book in the new year but already being advertised
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/norwegian-airways-uk-new-york-cheap-flight-56-summer-2017-a7500451.html
#18
cold - London flights as usual
#19
archer1204
jase.2
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
Where? I dont see Norwegian going from EDI to NYC on their site
its going to be available to book in the new year but already being advertised http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/norwegian-airways-uk-new-york-cheap-flight-56-summer-2017-a7500451.html

Thanks for that :-)
#20
jase.2
archer1204
jase.2
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
Where? I dont see Norwegian going from EDI to NYC on their site
its going to be available to book in the new year but already being advertised http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/norwegian-airways-uk-new-york-cheap-flight-56-summer-2017-a7500451.html
Thanks for that :-)
Just going to have to keep your eyes peeled because i guarantee they wont be available for long
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I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...

Edited By: lynn44 on Dec 31, 2016 16:30
#22
I flew Norweigan Air last year, only to Palma granted, but a great airline.
#23
jmb
Just a word - a friend of ours used Norwegian to go to the Canaries in November, flight back was cancelled but they were only told when they got to the airport, there was nobody from the airline available, they were given a piece of paper advising them to call a number in Oslo for further info, no answer on the phone so they were left to find their own alternative way home! We were looking at using them to go to Florida next Spring but have had a re-thought of this. Great that they are giving customers a cheaper alternative but their Customer Service needs to be much better.


Absolute Nightmare getting stuck in the canaries with all those Brits !!! My idea of hell .
#24
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...


I'm thinking of taking the family within the next year or so, when would be the best time to go (my kids are 6 and 4 years old) taking into account the weather/price/busy periods? Thanks
#25
Does anyone know when/if they will be doing flights to US from Birmingham/Manchester? great prices by the way just Gatwick a bit far to drive to/from after a 9hr flight with three kids! oO
1 Like #26
£28 for a meal each way, there taking the MICKEY

You would have to add on another £100 for food and luggage, taking the low fare plus option but still not bad
1 Like #27
Vespa123
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...
I'm thinking of taking the family within the next year or so, when would be the best time to go (my kids are 6 and 4 years old) taking into account the weather/price/busy periods? Thanks
Last week of October and first week of November. You can see the Halloween and Christmas parties, and the food and wine festival and eat to the beat concert series.

I've been just about every single month but October always seems the best by far. We do October at least every other year and different dates on the other years.

Weather is much cooler too but still hot enough. Only downside is one of the waterparks will be closed for maintainence.


Edited By: kathrynbrown0 on Jan 01, 2017 11:29
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Agree the Dreamliner is so much more comfy don't feel like a sardine on this aircraft...... Lucky you lot jetting off All have fun in the beautiful Caribbean sun 8) HNY all x
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tryer
Agree the Dreamliner is so much more comfy don't feel like a sardine on this aircraft...... Lucky you lot jetting off All have fun in the beautiful Caribbean sun 8) HNY all x
Their seat widths are actually narrower than other airlines' long haul planes. So whilst it may have given you that feeling, it is actually more packed!

In fact, they're closer to Ryanair's width than they are Virgin or BA's long haul width!
1 Like #30
Vespa123
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...
I'm thinking of taking the family within the next year or so, when would be the best time to go (my kids are 6 and 4 years old) taking into account the weather/price/busy periods? Thanks
I usually go April/May, weather perfect and not to busy ... people always post here when Thomson have the Florida deals , I've always stayed International drive ... and Bradenton ( near Tampa for beautiful beach holiday )
1 Like #31
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...


Agreed - ROMO...missed a cracker of £382pp for 14nts on international drive last year, flights AND accommodation with VA. Thomas Cook was close but cheapest was actually NetFlights.
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sebwebster
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...
Agreed - ROMO...missed a cracker of £382pp for 14nts on international drive last year, flights AND accommodation with VA. Thomas Cook was close but cheapest was actually NetFlights.

I am guessing April last year wasn't half term / school holidays ? Can't believe Easter Holidays in Orlando are available with direct VA flights for £380pp
#33
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way


Where is this? Checked and says no flights
?
#34
jezabel871
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
Where is this? Checked and says no flights
?

its not loaded on site yet.

from £65 one way but what will the return price be?

you can get flights sometimes with united for around £240 mark and that includes baggage
#35
Good deal, shame about the exchange rate. Idiot Mark Carney has a lot to answer for.
#36
roberts432
jezabel871
archer1204
Laura3848
Orlando was £1700 for 4 of us
Have you seen in the summer edinburgh to NY £65 one way
Where is this? Checked and says no flights
?
its not loaded on site yet.
from £65 one way but what will the return price be?

Fly back with someone else ?
#37
I got a great deal in 2015, £5.560 including hotel,hostels,access to National parks, flights, insurance, travel,trek leader, included some activities, added a few extra grand for extras tho but you don't have to do them and spending money
This was flying to Miami, meeting up with 10 strangers, sharing a van with a trailer, driving down to Key West for 2nights, then basically zig zagging up and down and across for 80 days. Visiting 48 States, ending in Seattle. Was mostly camping but can't beat the beautiful areas to camp in.
#38
AdamBrunt
sebwebster
lynn44
I would hold off for another month or so.... Florida flights WITH hotels for 2 weeks in April usually falls to £350pp on Thomson's ( Dreamliner ) I've been many times for £99 ( yes years ago, now never pay more than £300 )
Sorry term time only...
Agreed - ROMO...missed a cracker of £382pp for 14nts on international drive last year, flights AND accommodation with VA. Thomas Cook was close but cheapest was actually NetFlights.
I am guessing April last year wasn't half term / school holidays ? Can't believe Easter Holidays in Orlando are available with direct VA flights for £380pp

Where?
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Great deal but as a muslim, you know who, when he takes office, he'll probably return me on the next flight back home.
#40
great price but be careful of Zika if planning to get pregnant

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