Florida for Easter? Flights from Newcastle to Orlando for only £288.98pp on a Dreamliner with Thomson!!!
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Florida for Easter? Flights from Newcastle to Orlando for only £288.98pp on a Dreamliner with Thomson!!!

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Found 24th Mar 2015
Fancy getting away from the grey, wet, cold, windy UK weather and treating yourself and the kids to 14 nights of Orlando Magic?

Super cheap return flights, in the Easter Holidays, for only £268.98 return, on a Thompson 787 Dreamliner.

Dates selected are 2nd of April to the 16th of April; flying from Newcastle.

It usually works out cheaper to sort your own accomodation, suitable to your needs and for that I would recommend Trivago (http://www.trivago.co.uk/), but there's currently a great deal on at the 4* Crowne Plaza right next to Universal for a scarcely believable £80 a night (room sleeps 4 or maybe 5 with a rollaway bed for an extra $20 per night), if you go through Hotwire (hotwire.com/hot…ils?searchId=8482152121&solutionId=406728316711)

Don't forget 1% Quidco or TCB

Gone up to £288.98 now. Title amended.

Gone up again, to £308.98 now.

Back to £305.98 now.

Up to £378.98 now.

£366.98 now.

31 Comments

Original Poster

Hotwire link for the Crowne Plaza.

Great deal. Nowhere near Newcastle myself, but hot for someone!

Nice place, shame about the beer.
Florida's horrida than Whitley Bay.
youtube.com/wat…bP4

shame a dreamliner, bad reliability in service. You may get there on time but every chance you won't

Thanks for your sharing

Banned

Bloody hell how do they offer seats at this price

backinstock

Nice place, shame about the beer.Florida's horrida than Whitley … Nice place, shame about the beer.Florida's horrida than Whitley Bay.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hWgfooPbP4


That's true, I live in Whitley Bay :-)

£70 extra if you want to take a case

Never go there at Easter it's ridiculously busy. Good deal though. As above you will need to add cases onto that.

Yermar

£70 extra if you want to take a case



Cheaper than taking a child.

oO

I now know two sets of people who've been on the dreamliner and both have had issues, I won't be using it until they sort the electrical issues. Obviously there are safeguards in place but the delays are horrendous

WillieGallimore

Bloody hell how do they offer seats at this price



I suppose at a certain point before departure and there are seats left you can either jack the price hoping for a last minute business person needing it or reduce the price. As its a charter airline, I guess they presume the latter.

I flew on the dreamliner last year, it was fantastic.

£1400 for a family of 4, still cheap, but they charge £30 each to sit together and £70 per 20kg bag, you only get 5kg hand luggage

Is this pick on Whitley Bay day? I live there as well!

To all those hating on the dreamliner.. flown it numerous occasions with Thomson. never a delay and always actually been earlier than expected..

paul.jacobs

£1400 for a family of 4, still cheap, but they charge £30 each to sit t … £1400 for a family of 4, still cheap, but they charge £30 each to sit together and £70 per 20kg bag, you only get 5kg hand luggage



No they charge you £30 each to prebook your seats, they also don't split up children and adults. So you can get seats assigned at the airport

Went to Orlando from Manchester on a Dreamliner. Was immense

Grrr why newcastle

And it's after the kids go back, so hardly a deal for families..
Edited by: "DarkBat1" 24th Mar 2015

DarkBat1

Grrr why newcastleAnd it's after the kids go back, so hardly a deal for … Grrr why newcastleAnd it's after the kids go back, so hardly a deal for families..




In newcastle schools break up 2 April and go back 20th so great deal for families and about time the North East got some cheap flights, rather than having to go down south or do a stop over to get there

mocmocamoc

No they charge you £30 each to prebook your seats, they also don't split … No they charge you £30 each to prebook your seats, they also don't split up children and adults. So you can get seats assigned at the airport



Good to know they don't split up families, Delta put my kids in row 20 with two people in the middle of them, put me in row 34 you can imagine what was said

A Dreamliner full of Geordies the flight will be more entertaining than Disney!

to everyone beating on the dreamliner. get your facts right first. the most reliable plane now in the air. and also the best economy experience,

eslick

Good to know they don't split up families, Delta put my kids in row 20 … Good to know they don't split up families, Delta put my kids in row 20 with two people in the middle of them, put me in row 34 you can imagine what was said



Hmm, maybe they've changed their policy but we went to Florida last August on a Thomson Dreamliner and they didn't sit us together. I checked in online as soon as the online check-in opened (a week or two in advance of the flight) and it allocated seats spread apart. We phoned customer service, tried the check-in desk at the airport and despite lots of complaining they refused to sit us together unless we paid a fee. I have been told that if you order a bottle of champagne they try to sit you together - don't know if it's true or not.

You can choose your seats 90 rays from the date of your return flight

I've been to florida on the Dreamliner 3 times now and they are amazing, no delays I can not complain at all also now includes drinks free. I won't fly virgin now as much prefer the Dreamliner

Fits in with school holidays so wife, MiL & 3 kids flying for £1500 all in. Best mate and his family have a 7 bed place out there which they are using for free so I have some very happy sprogs. Dad, despite paying for it, will be running some maths catch up GCSE classes for young people who don't really give a toss.

eslick

In newcastle schools break up 2 April and go back 20th so great deal for … In newcastle schools break up 2 April and go back 20th so great deal for families and about time the North East got some cheap flights, rather than having to go down south or do a stop over to get there



lol things are always cheap up north, i.e. houses.

DarkBat1

lol things are always cheap up north, i.e. houses.



and a great quality of life

£378 now

Great offer - just wish I lived in Whitley Bay, as I love it, the Dreamliner & Orlando
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