Islander, No problem!
You'll have to do something a lot worse than that if you want to upset me
Thanks for the apology, but you didn't need to!
That flight is shown as being operated by the A330-300 for the full season, 3rd November - 27th April.
Again, the DC-10 fleet provides backup cover, so if Mr Airbus chucks a mental on the morning of your flight, you'll be crossing the Atlantic in a -10.
If you're curious, I've done MAN-BGR-MCO once before, on an Air 2000 757.
MAN-BGR flying time was 6h20
BGR-MCO flying time was 3h00
Bangor is a fairly small airport, and also a NATO airbase. I was there in the winter too, and we landed during a blizzard, it was quite spectacular. If you park up at an airbridge you are able to get off the aircraft and stretch your legs, which is nice on such a long flight. If it's busy and no airbridges are available, they don't bother disembarking you down the steps in a snowstorm and you have to stay on the aircraft! We also had a crewchange in Bangor, not every airline does.
Return flight was nonstop, my longest 757 flight.
MCO-MAN flying time was 7h40
Enjoy your trip, the SkyService A330 does appear to have a slightly more comfortable layout than Airtours' own A330s, but no downstairs toilets and outside cameras!
In the schedule, no MAN-SFB flights this winter are by A330-200, so whatever happened you wouldn't have been on one.