Any recommendations for an airline to florida....

    thinking of going to florida, but i want to know if any one knows a airline that supplies a large luggace allowance, and that dont break the bank, cos me and the other half like the buy alot of the dessigner labels lol.


    thompsonfly are good but for the extra baggage I would say virgin for Direct or continental if you dont mind a stop
    2 X 23kilos per person


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    I would always recommend Virgin.. Not sure on their exact prices and luggage, but for the acual flight I've not found anyone better, with the movies on demand and drink and all.


    British Airways have all that aswell now, as do Quantas.

    Do they give you a little duck in the welcome pack too ?:-D

    American Airlines give double baggage allowance (2 x 23kg) but check that as they might have changed policy since May 2009.

    They are usually cheap or have some decent offer on. Via Chicago though and lands at Orlando not Sanford.

    I'm flying to Houston with Continental in a couple of weeks, I'm pretty sure they've got a 23kg allowance.

    But, I might be wrong, is there not a limit on the value of good you can take back from the US without incurring customs charges? £150 or something like that?

    always go by BA xx


    always go by BA xx

    Virgin Atlantic


    Virgin Atlantic

    I'll change that to *I* always go by BA ;-)

    Take empty suitcases.

    I loved flying out of Gatwick with VIrgin this year - we used the V lounge which made the journey even more special XxX

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