Gatwick to Florida RETURN Flight £169.50!! 10-24 June OR 12-26 June for £184.50!! @ Monarch Airlines - HotUKDeals
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Outward: Thu 10 June 2010

09:15 Depart London Gatwick (LGW)
14:25 Arrive Florida (Sanford) (SFB)

Inward: Thu 24 June 2010

16:25 Depart Florida (Sanford)
05:45 Arrive London Gatwick (LGW)

link for 12-26 June: http://charterflights.monarch.co.uk/booking/Display/?&bookingsessionid=153cec2db9dfbbd7f64aa84527627309

NB. This price is without cargo luggage, +£30pp.

Maybe a little soon, but if your fast at packing and like a fast dash to the airport, this is the cheapest flight to the US you will find!!
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#1
a little soon , LOL ...... its tomorrow !! :w00t:
#2
its spur of the moment stuff!
#3
Is it even possible with Visa retrictions/security?

I thought you had to get some sort of visa to visit and provide your flight details etc weeks before you went?

Disclaimer: I could be talking nonsense.
#4
monkey1
its spur of the moment stuff!


takes me a day to plan the shopping trip to the supermarket let alone jettin off to florida :oops: HOT price thou !!
#5
you can stay in the US for up to 90 days without a travel visa
#6
This is a bargain price! As long as your passport has 6 months validity, you'll be fine to go.

Grab a cheapo hotel on I-Drive and you're sorted! Only wish I could take advantage...

Florida sunshine or miserable South London rain???? There's no contest!
#7
monkey1
you can stay in the US for up to 90 days without a travel visa


You need to complete the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) online - https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/esta.html.

Once you are authorised, it is valid for travel to the US for 2 years.
#8
suziemaclondon
This is a bargain price! As long as your passport has 6 months validity, you'll be fine to go.

Grab a cheapo hotel on I-Drive and you're sorted! Only wish I could take advantage...

Florida sunshine or miserable South London rain???? There's no contest!


Hi, sorry to correct you but the bit about the 6th month validity is not correct for trips to the USA.
You can find out more here: http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new/visa/niv/sixmonth.html

Seems most people, including me until recently, thought this was the case.

Fab deal by the way, if only I could disappear from work for two weeks.....:whistling:
1 Like #9
paid nearly £800 per person( july) for gatwick to florida with virgin:x:x:x:x:x. ripped of rotten during school hols
#10
mega cheap for a copter ride!
#11
Hmmm for that price it could be one of those autopilot experiments where there is no pilot on board?:w00t:
#12
You can also get into Harry Potter before the official opening on the 18th of June. Just go to the park at the opening time of 09:00 and head straight to Harry Potter!! You get a couple of hours in there before they close it for the day.
#13
Why a late booking fee of £15.00? Surely, at the last minute, these crummy airlines want to shift the empty seats. It's bad enough paying £30.00 to take baggage with you, but this £15.00 just doesn't make any sense to me!
#14
Gatwick to Florida on a helicopter?? no thanks!!
#15
mjk
Why a late booking fee of £15.00? Surely, at the last minute, these crummy airlines want to shift the empty seats. It's bad enough paying £30.00 to take baggage with you, but this £15.00 just doesn't make any sense to me!


Don't know about budget airlines....but BA put prices up nearer to time of departure.

My wife got a Premium Economy to Shanghai on 12th February ( booked in early January ) for £964.....by 2nd February the cost had gone up to £2200.... :?

There agina...the Florida flight is a bargain for those who can do such short notice...but wish they'd add any dodgy fees into the flight price to ease the pain!:whistling:
1 Like #16
When kids leave home i am going to have a suitcase packed ready for deals like this...

Not sure how to get out of work....and what to do with the cat buy hey i can dream.
#17
Goofeys Girl
When kids leave home i am going to have a suitcase packed ready for deals like this...

Not sure how to get out of work....and what to do with the cat buy hey i can dream.


make it happen. redecorate their rooms so they are less welcome should they choose to "boomerang"
#18
bingowings85
make it happen. redecorate their rooms so they are less welcome should they choose to "boomerang"


Better still let one of the rooms out and i would have a permanent cat sitter...sorted. Florida here i come in about 8 years.
#19
Goofeys Girl
Better still let one of the rooms out and i would have a permanent cat sitter...sorted. Florida here i come in about 8 years.


Or go the whole hog and move to Florida :thumbsup:
#20
plane leaves in 20 minutes. who made it? ha
#21
Are BP subsidising these flights to help with the clean up or something?

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