CMK10
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Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 10:30 am

I have a trip planned for April to go down to Orlando to see disney world and all. I am leaving from the New York City area, i would like to know what is the best route i should be taking? Last year i took American, should i change this? im open to all suggestions.

Charles
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PanAm747
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 10:33 am

Jet Blue or Air Tran I think.
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Tbird
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 10:40 am

Greetings:

Jetblue hands down  Big thumbs up

Thanx
Tom
 
DC10Tony
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 11:12 am

Delta Express

Yeah, it's a "no frills" flight, but you can put up with it for 2 hrs. It's really cheap and Delta is always on time.

I've flown Delta Express from MCO-EWR a few times and it was really good. The Delta terminal at MCO is really nice.
 
Dazed767
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 11:19 am

Lets see....Delta Express - cramped seating, loud 737-200's, no TV's, for a resonable price......or JetBlue - Roomy leather seats, new A320's, 24 channels of DirectTV for a resonable price. Tough choice, but I'm sure you'll make the right decision  Big grin

Justin

DLX will probably be around $185 R/T per person.
JB (if you book on the website)is around $188 R/T per person.
 
victech
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 11:20 am

> The Delta terminal at MCO is really nice.

Yes, Airside 4 was the flagship of MCO's design - until they completed airside 2 (gates 100-129, SWA, JetBlue, et. al.). Airside 2 is replete with 2 stained glass windows, mosaic tile floors, native art, and beautiful architectural design - a truly beautiful sight to behold in terms of airport design. I used to go there and sit on my planewatching trips just to admire the architecture (before it was closed to the non-traveling public, of course!). For that reason (and, of course, the really comfortable seats) I would have to suggest JetBlue hands down!
 
MAH4546
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RE: Making My Way To MCO

Mon Jan 07, 2002 11:39 am

I priced April 10th departure and April 20th arrival (JFK-MCO-JFK). Delta Express was $167, jetBlue was $173. I'd spend the extra six bucks.
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