Return flight to Orlando (Sandford) departing from London Gatwick, Bristol or Birmingham (May departures) £209 @ TUI
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Return flight to Orlando (Sandford) departing from London Gatwick, Bristol or Birmingham (May departures) £209 @ TUI

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Posted 21st MayEdited by:"reindeer333"
Great price for a return flight to the USA, especially at this time of year! Some options include partial school holiday dates too. An image showing all departure dates (and their associated departure locations) are shown in the image below. Hand luggage only.

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jrandrews7221/05/2019 14:34

Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?

Do u need more clothes the further away u go ?
I hope it goes without saying that unless you wish to be at risk of finding yourself £200+ out of pocket if the travel company/airline goes bust, buy these on a credit card, or ensure your travel insurance covers airline insolvency. Flights alone are unlikely to be protected by ATOL, etc.

Given the current state of TUI and TC, thought this was probably worth a friendly reminder
Edited by: "geekonthepc" 21st May
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Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?
jrandrews7221/05/2019 14:34

Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?


Just look at Mickey and Minnie Mouse now.
jrandrews7221/05/2019 14:34

Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?

Do u need more clothes the further away u go ?
I hope it goes without saying that unless you wish to be at risk of finding yourself £200+ out of pocket if the travel company/airline goes bust, buy these on a credit card, or ensure your travel insurance covers airline insolvency. Flights alone are unlikely to be protected by ATOL, etc.

Given the current state of TUI and TC, thought this was probably worth a friendly reminder
Edited by: "geekonthepc" 21st May
brummy2221/05/2019 15:13

Do u need more clothes the further away u go ?


Not directly, however it's the assumption that a longer flight is typically associated with a longer stay. I think most people who fly to Orlando for pleasure go there for a minimum of a week.
geekonthepc21/05/2019 15:15

I hope it goes without saying that unless you wish to be at risk of …I hope it goes without saying that unless you wish to be at risk of finding yourself £200+ out of pocket if the travel company/airline goes bust, buy these on a credit card, or ensure your travel insurance covers airline insolvency. Flights alone are unlikely to be protected by ATOL, etc.Given the current state of TUI and TC, thought this was probably worth a friendly reminder


I agree, but thought it was only Thomas Cook who are in trouble??
However, they are going to sell off their airline to generate cash and pay off their debts.
Anyway have some heat 🔥
jrandrews7221/05/2019 14:34

Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?


Some people have holiday homes in Orlando. They will already have clothing etc out there
jrandrews7221/05/2019 14:34

Who flies to Orlando and only takes hand luggage?


People that know the way to a Walmart. You can buy more clothes than you need for less than the cost of baggage and then just donate them on your last day or ship a box home.
jrandrews7221/05/2019 15:16

Not directly, however it's the assumption that a longer flight is …Not directly, however it's the assumption that a longer flight is typically associated with a longer stay. I think most people who fly to Orlando for pleasure go there for a minimum of a week.


We have done three weeks in the USA with hand luggage only when a couple,sure we have to do a few washes but far better to travel light. We usually now with DD tend to have one piece of hold luggage between us.
BrightLights196921/05/2019 16:39

I agree, but thought it was only Thomas Cook who are in trouble?? However, …I agree, but thought it was only Thomas Cook who are in trouble?? However, they are going to sell off their airline to generate cash and pay off their debts.Anyway have some heat 🔥


I believe TUI’s trading losses are far greater than TC’s as the bulk of the TC’s losses are write down so not affecting their trading position their cash flow seems OKish. I would book a holiday with TC tomorrow if they could do it cheaper than DI
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