You have lots of options when it comes to booking your holiday to Orlando. Holiday companies have a huge selection of packages with specific dates, accommodation, car hire and attraction tickets available, or alternatively you can use a specialist to tailor-make your holiday so you choose which airline, hotel and accommodation you want. Just make sure whichever travel agents or airlines you use, they are ABTA and ATOL bonded so your money is safe.
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You can fly direct to Orlando from a variety of UK airports: London's Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, East Midlands and Belfast.
The flight time is approximately 9 hours and the time difference in Orlando is five hours behind the UK so you can gain more holiday time on arrival! Most direct flights leave the UK during the day and the return flights back to the UK are typically night flights leaving Orlando from early to mid-evening.
Or you can fly via another U.S. airport to Orlando. Ask your travel agent for more information.
Orlando International Airport now uses Automated Passport control Kiosks to get you through the airport with ease, allowing you to start your holiday as soon as possible. Watch the below video for advice on how to use these.