Orlando Flights From £145pp Thomson Dreamliner (return)
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Orlando Flights From £145pp Thomson Dreamliner (return)

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Found 17th Apr 2016
This is getting crazy!

Return Flights to Orlando on the Thomson Dreamliner for £145
From Manchester or Birmingham
Prices below
2 Adults and 3 Children - £145
2 Adults and 2 Children - £153
2 Adults and 1 Child - £165
2 Adults - £189

Flight dates are
April 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 26th (all for 14 nights)

Loads of other dates for slightly more but most in April are under £300pp

Baggage is £60pp and some have Premium seats available for around £300pp

Also 1% Quidco on Flights and 2.5% on holidays

Costs more to fly to the canaries!

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1 adult and 3 children from £134.25 each

1 adult and 4 children from £130.60 each

Can't imagine that will help many(any?) but thought I'd mention it while I was here anyway

premium seats £300 ?? rather risk the upgrade once on board for the extra £50 lol

defgimp

1 adult and 3 children from £134.25 each1 adult and 4 children from … 1 adult and 3 children from £134.25 each1 adult and 4 children from £130.60 eachCan't imagine that will help many(any?) but thought I'd mention it while I was here anyway



How much for 0 adults and 3 children? I've got a few boxsets I'd like to catch up on.
Edited by: "ScoobyStoo" 17th Apr 2016

Bargain!

Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay extra to fly on something else. Still seems like a great deal though

about the 5th time posted!

As much as I love a deal this is way over posted!!!
Edited by: "Beardizzle" 17th Apr 2016

bertieg

Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay … Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay extra to fly on something else. Still seems like a great deal though



​you been on dreamliner?

flights where stupidly cheap this time last year as well.... why so cheap
yet book a year in advance and pay out the nose

Original Poster

Beardizzle

As much as I love a deal this is way over posted!!!



​please do share a post where you can get a flight to Orlando for £145 ...... pretty sure this is the first

bertieg

Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay … Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay extra to fly on something else. Still seems like a great deal though


?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of seating space, good in light enterntainment etc

dafunq

premium seats £300 ?? rather risk the upgrade once on board for the extra … premium seats £300 ?? rather risk the upgrade once on board for the extra £50 lol


Can you explain exactly how this works?

Original Poster

herby247

Can you explain exactly how this works?



​it doesn't

leechuter

​it doesn't


Pigs might fly?

bertieg

Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay … Thompson are very keen to advertise the Dreamliner. Frankly, I'd pay extra to fly on something else. Still seems like a great deal though


Flown on the Dreamliner loads of times...why would you pay extra to fly on something else and what?? The space shuttle?

Original Poster

mimi78

Flown on the Dreamliner loads of times...why would you pay extra to fly … Flown on the Dreamliner loads of times...why would you pay extra to fly on something else and what?? The space shuttle?



​someone who doesn't fly much and/or hasn't been on a dreamliner

defgimp

1 adult and 3 children from £134.25 each1 adult and 4 children from … 1 adult and 3 children from £134.25 each1 adult and 4 children from £130.60 eachCan't imagine that will help many(any?) but thought I'd mention it while I was here anyway


>>>>>
Anything you can do.. I can do better ;-)

http://s22.postimg.org/jy1xsp5sh/254_99.png

The challenge is on.. who can find the first £99 Dreamliner flight to Orlando, before
someone books them all and resells them at a *not so* reputable travel agency!

Original Poster

you can't pay £50 when you are on the flight to move to premium, you may be offered at check in but £50...... also they are so well priced and worth the money that there is unlikely to be any left at check in

leechuter

​please do share a post where you can get a flight to Orlando for £145 .. … ​please do share a post where you can get a flight to Orlando for £145 ...... pretty sure this is the first


Price per adult is still £189, so nothing has changed since last post:
hotukdeals.com/dea…335
...and this is how correct price shoud be stated - not putting as many children possible to make the price lower

Original Poster

008

Anything you can do.. I can do better ;-)The challenge is on.. who can … >>>>>Anything you can do.. I can do better ;-)The challenge is on.. who can find the first £99 Dreamliner flight to Orlando, beforesomeone books them all and resells them at a *not so* reputable travel agency!



​ha ha like it, how many kids do you need to take to get it for 125?

dafunq

premium seats £300 ?? rather risk the upgrade once on board for the extra … premium seats £300 ?? rather risk the upgrade once on board for the extra £50 lol



There isn't much difference! Ur better sticking to it standard seat, plenty of room!

45ure

?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of … ?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of seating space, good in light enterntainment etc



Don't you remember the worldwide grounding of all Dreamliners for 3 months due to the High voltage lithium batterys catching fire ?. This issue was never solved all that has been done is they have used more fireproof material to surround them and the NTSB bowed to pressure from Boeing and the FAA to pass this ''fix'', there have not been any reports of battery fire for the last 18 months but people should be aware and can make their own choice to fly them.

Ste_Vo_

There isn't much difference! Ur better sticking to it standard seat, … There isn't much difference! Ur better sticking to it standard seat, plenty of room!


Premium:
Upgrade to Premium Club for a bigger luggage allowance and seats with a bigger recline and a 38-inch pitch. You’ll also get priority check in and boarding, security fast track and UK airport lounge access, plus luxury extras like a Rituals cosmetics kit, a bigger TV screen, and a complimentary drink before you fly. And if you’re on a night flight, we’ll supply a duvet and pillow, too.

However you do get drinks for free in economy now too, but i find that because premium only has 50 seats, if you don't want Rod & Todd kicking your seat and screaming & shouting for a 7 hour + flight, premiums money well spent!
Edited by: "herby247" 17th Apr 2016

Those that rave about the Dreamliner clearly haven't been on an A380. Different league

djrobmac

Those that rave about the Dreamliner clearly haven't been on an A380. … Those that rave about the Dreamliner clearly haven't been on an A380. Different league



But can you even get a flight to Orlando on an A380? If such flights do exist, i'm sure they won't be at the OP's price!!
Edited by: "seabs" 17th Apr 2016

probably the worst case of "chasing heat" i've seen on this site

danielthomas4

flights where stupidly cheap this time last year as well.... why so cheap … flights where stupidly cheap this time last year as well.... why so cheap yet book a year in advance and pay out the nose



​Because most people who go to Orlando are families with kids - and the vast majority of kids in this country are at school in April

A lot of this dreamliner vs other aircraft stuff depends on the operator. BA have crammed in a ridiculous amount of seats into economy and the entertainment boxes restricted leg room in a lot of seats. Thomson seem to have done a better job with their configuration. The Emirates a380 experience is fantastic, as is the Japan airlines version of the same plane.

it should be price per person, not price for 2 adults and 3 kids divided by 5, it will be group hols divided by 12 and bulk buy crates of juice divided by can next..

masterplanner

it should be price per person, not price for 2 adults and 3 kids divided … it should be price per person, not price for 2 adults and 3 kids divided by 5, it will be group hols divided by 12 and bulk buy crates of juice divided by can next..


Exactly... this is duplicate post anyway
hotukdeals.com/dea…335

KitKatFox

A lot of this dreamliner vs other aircraft stuff depends on the operator. … A lot of this dreamliner vs other aircraft stuff depends on the operator. BA have crammed in a ridiculous amount of seats into economy and the entertainment boxes restricted leg room in a lot of seats. Thomson seem to have done a better job with their configuration. The Emirates a380 experience is fantastic, as is the Japan airlines version of the same plane.



I would suggest people use sites such as seatguru to check seating plans

yes dreamliners can be nice when they use 9 seats across seating plan like BA but the likes of Qatar Airways use also a nine seat configyation but have ICE boxes under each middle seat severely restriction legroom

I see Thomson also use a nine seat config but with only 31 inch pitch

EliTom

How much for 2 adults and 0 children? Can you book for April next year?

Who cares if this has been posted a few times - it's worth posting again.

Two adults, with extra legroom seats and 2 x 20kg bags return to Orlando for £568 is an absolute bargain surely? Virgin would be charging you at least £1,500 return for premium economy, probably nearer £2,000 depending on when you go. Ok, cut out the extra legroom seats and baggage and it's down to £378 for two people return! Virgin would still be expecting you to be paying £1,000 return between you.

Crazy prices and who cares if it's during term time - either take the kids out and take the 'hit' if they fine you, or dump your little luvvies on the grandparents (or anybody really) and go for a break as a couple!

herby247

if you don't want Rod & Todd kicking your seat and screaming & shouting … if you don't want Rod & Todd kicking your seat and screaming & shouting for a 7 hour + flight, premiums money well spent!




It's about 9hrs 15mins actually, but the upside of flying into Sanford is the quick clearance at immigration compared to Orlando International. The downside being you're about 45 minutes drive further away from Kissimmee, so when all is said and done horses for courses really. Given the choice, I'd go to Sanford though as I like to get out and on the road quickly, but we always fly Virgin and they go to OI, which is a pain IMHO.

£189 if your on your tod

Phila4

It's about 9hrs 15mins actually, but the upside of flying into Sanford is … It's about 9hrs 15mins actually, but the upside of flying into Sanford is the quick clearance at immigration compared to Orlando International. The downside being you're about 45 minutes drive further away from Kissimmee, so when all is said and done horses for courses really. Given the choice, I'd go to Sanford though as I like to get out and on the road quickly, but we always fly Virgin and they go to OI, which is a pain IMHO.


Actually no it's not.

It varies from UK airport to airport, which is why i said 7hrs +.
Jeez some people!

45ure

?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of … ?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of seating space, good in light enterntainment etc



For me the main advantage is the Dreamliner is the cabin pressure is closer to ground meaning feeling less fatigue after the journey. The A380 lower level is good but the upper is too curved which impacts head room on the window seats.

The Thomson dreamliner is fabulous. I particularly love the light show and the seat pitch is decent.

45ure

?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of … ?? why ?? dreamliners, are great planes, new, reasonable amount of seating space, good in light enterntainment etc



​i agree, flew to Jamaica late November, paid the extra for extra legroom seats, really impressed, I fly at least 3 times a year.

Good flights!
Looking at theme park tickets is £453+ per person
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