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British Airways 61 35.26%
Virgin 91 52.60%
Tui 21 12.14%
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Old 18 Feb 22, 04:02 PM  
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Not TUI because I only fly with scheduled airlines (after several issues with charters). For the past few years Iíve gone with BA but thatís purely on price - I always check Virgin too. One of the earlier posts mentions that BAís baggage allowance is much better, which might sway my decision !
Was about to say the same thing. I did go with Tui from Belgium when they offered the 300Ä pp returns to Miami before though
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Old 20 Feb 22, 05:50 PM  
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I would choose Aer Lingus or any of the American carriers over Virgin or BA. Dont know about TUI
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Old 15 Mar 22, 09:28 PM  
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I havenít voted because for me, it would depend on price. Unlikely to be Tui though as the flexibility isnít there. We like to go for odd number of days - not just your usual 7, 10, 14 etc.

Iíve flown Virgin and liked them. Also flown BA. If Virgin were cheaper, Iíd probably choose them but BA seem to always be cheaper when Iím looking. I guess BA then. So now Iíve worked through it all - I can vote.😅
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Old 16 Mar 22, 11:25 AM  
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Virgin for us this time as part of a package. Price is a very big factor for us and we are more than happy to fly indirect it it saves us money
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Old 23 Jun 22, 09:10 AM  
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I voted Virgin from the choice of three but would book cheapest direct flight.
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Old 27 Jun 22, 10:46 AM  
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Always used to use BA until they started charging to choose seats as the hand luggage allowance is better than Virgin but then changed to Virgin. Have our next flights booked with BA as they were considerably cheaper than Virgin for our dates.
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Old 27 Jun 22, 12:27 PM  
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Would only fly Virgin or BA as I would prefer to fly London to MCO not to the back of beyond in Melbourne. My preference is for Virgin, purely because I am not a fan of the fit out of BA's 777s since they added an extra seat in the row.

That said, next time will be with BA as I still have a ton of Avios to use towards it...
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Old 3 Jul 22, 05:05 PM  
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I usually fly with tui and looking forward to this years as the feedback re melbourne airport all seems to be positive.
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Old 6 Jul 22, 08:28 PM  
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United Airlines - but mostly cos I'm still gold premier (extra legroom and 9 cases for 3 of us) - not as keen now they've moved out of Birmingham as alternatives are a hassle, but only TUI otherwise so might switch to then once my Gold status has expired.

Aer Lingus were okay direct to Manchester in January but don't like paying for alcohol
Haven't done Virgin in years and BA are my airline of very last resort.
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Old 17 Jul 22, 07:01 PM  
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BA. Excellent luggage allowance, fly from Heathrow and into MCO, always cheaper than Virgin when I have booked. Excellent on board service, no complaints in all the trips we have taken.

We signed up to their executive club and credit card and now collect Avios that we use for Business/First class flights.
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