Deal alert: Manchester and London to Florida from £259 return

Sep 10, 2019

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Florida is always a good idea — especially when you can get there for as cheap as £259 return. There’s Disney World for the kids, Universal Orlando Resort for the big kids and shops, restaurants and beaches galore if retail therapy and relaxation is what you need.

The flights are direct from London Gatwick (LGW) from £259 and from Manchester, they’re a little more expensive — starting from £317 return. Both routes are operated by TUI’s 787 Dreamliner. The fares are only available in September and are based on 14-night stays. Why not rent a car and visit the Everglades, the Florida Keys or even kick back in Miami? The possibilities are endless.

To book, head to TUI’s website and enter London (LGW) or Manchester (MAN) as your departure airport and Orlando Sanford (SFB) as your destination. Scroll through the calendar function to find dates that work for you and then continue to book directly through the airline.

Airline: Tui Airways
Routes: LGW/MAN to SFB
Cost: £259+ return
Travel Dates: September – October

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London (LGW) to Orlando (SFB) for £259 return:

London (LGW) to Orlando (SFB) for £259 return:

London (LGW) to Orlando (SFB) for £259 return:

Manchester (MAN) to Orlando (SFB) for £317 return:

H/T: Secret Flying

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