Deal alert: London to Florida from £254 return with Virgin Atlantic

Jan 6, 2020

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Already in need of some sunshine in 2020? Well, you can get to the Sunshine State of Florida with Virgin Atlantic nonstop from London Gatwick from as little as £254. From shopping to beaches and theme parks to clubbing, Florida has something for the whole family to enjoy.

The deal runs from January 2020 to March and is part of Virgin Atlantic’s current Winter Sale. Remember, these are Virgin’s lowest Economy Light fares, which means checked luggage isn’t included. If you really need a bag, you can upgrade to Economy Classic for an extra £90, which entitles you to free seat selection and a checked bag return.

To book, head to Google Flights and set the departure city as Gatwick (LGW) and the arrival airport as Orlando (MCO). Next, set the airline to Virgin and scroll through the calendar to find the cheapest dates to fly, which are highlighted in green. Once you’ve got the flights you want, head to the Virgin Atlantic website to make sure you earn your Flying Club miles and are ATOL protected.

Airline: Virgin Atlantic
Routes: LGW to MCO
Cost: £254 return
Travel Dates: January to March 2020

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London (LGW) to Orlando (MCO) for £254 return:

London (LGW) to Orlando (MCO) for £254 return:

London (LGW) to Orlando (MCO) for £254 return:

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