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Unread 24 Aug 19, 06:11 PM  
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Orlando and New York Flight Advice

When we go next year, we are hoping to add a few days on at the beginning. For those of you that have done this, did you book:
A) U.K to New York return then internal flights to Orlando and back.

B) U.K to Orlando and internal return flights to New York.

C) U.K to New York, New York to Orlando, Orlando to U.K. (All booked as a multi city option)

D) Something else?

How much am I looking at for internal flights from New York? It would be late July next year.

Im really just being impatient as in a few weeks, Ill be able to start tracking prices!😬
Ive tried on BA multi city option and it says there are no flights between New York/Orlando so wondered if Im too early yet even though the flights to and from the USA are now showing for the dates I need.

Just wanting Dibberss experiences etc.

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We booked multi-city through Expedia, straightforward and no issues. We flew United. We did Dublin ( we live in Ireland ) - New York. Stayed a few days then flew to Orlando.

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It's up to you. We just did a NYC and Toronto holiday and booked it as a multi city through Virgin. We did it as UK to NYC, NYC to Toronto, Toronto to NYC then to UK as Virgin don't fly to Canada. In your situation I'd recommend doing the UK to New York, New York to Orlando, Orlando to UK (or the other way around) as Virgin offer both routes. You should be able to book July flights now.
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It's up to you. We just did a NYC and Toronto holiday and booked it as a multi city through Virgin. We did it as UK to NYC, NYC to Toronto, Toronto to NYC then to UK as Virgin don't fly to Canada. In your situation I'd recommend doing the UK to New York, New York to Orlando, Orlando to UK (or the other way around) as Virgin offer both routes. You should be able to book July flights now.
We are staying for over 3 weeks so the return flights are not available just yet.😬

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We have done this a few times.
Multi city to NYC and home from Orlando.
Book NYC to Orlando separately as you have more options and will likely be cheaper (at least we have always found it much cheaper - stopping in any city - not just NYC.
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We have done this a few times.
Multi city to NYC and home from Orlando.
Book NYC to Orlando separately as you have more options and will likely be cheaper (at least we have always found it much cheaper - stopping in any city - not just NYC.
Thanks.
Ill play around with options.

Any airline you recommend for the internal flights?
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Thanks.
Ill play around with options.

Any airline you recommend for the internal flights?
we just use whoever comes out cheapest for the flight time we want.

Try all the usual suspects - delta, united etc. but also the likes of Jet Blue.
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Multicity from London to NYC and then from Orlando to London. Then we looked at fiights from NYC to Orlando. Worth looking at the different airports in NY as flights for us were cheaper from La Guardia than JFK.
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