Orlando airports are the entry point for the majority of UK holidaymakers heading for Florida beach resorts and the legendary Disney and Universal theme parks. Fares are always among the lowest to the USA.
Orlando is exceptionally well served from the UK, with routes from London and a choice of regional airports. Flying from a regional airport need not necessarily add a great deal to the price of the fare. This is a very popular route. Strong competition between airlines keeps prices reasonably low. The cheapest scheduled flights are normally indirect. Most charter flights are direct.
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The main destination airport for charter holiday flights to Florida. Almost all flights are with tour operators Thomson, Thomas Cook and Monarch. All routes are seasonal, starting between March and May and ending in October or November. A few routes may only operate in peak summer or over the Christmas holiday period.
Charter flights typically depart from London Gatwick, Birmingham, East Midlands, Newcastle, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol, Belfast and Cardiff. Also flights with Condor Airlines and Icelandair from Glasgow and London Heathrow.
The main Orlando airport for scheduled flights from the UK. Airlines worth investigating include United Airlines, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Aer Lingus, KLM, Lufthansa, Air Canada, flybe, Delta and Air France. The best deals are often from Belfast International, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow International.
Many of the cheapest flights are indirect. For reasonably priced direct flights try British Airways or Virgin Atlantic from Manchester, London Gatwick and Glasgow International.