|Quoting rduguy (Reply 1):|
About the security lines in MCO, next time you go, try the Expert Traveler Line.
I usually get through in 5 to 8 minutes, tops.
|Quoting 767747 (Reply 2):|
Thanks, sfffyler123 for another good video!
I'm amazed that UA doesn't utilize a 737-800 or a 757-200 for the SFO-MCO; seems a bit of a long flight to fly an A319?! Food looks good, and better on the way out for sure. UA doesn't serve anything more than just a hot cookie for desert? I thought they served a cake slice or something; interesting!
I enjoyed visiting Epcot back in January 2008. I hadn't been there since I was a kid, so it was memorable. I think that place is rolling in cash, so I'm sure fireworks don't cost too much for them each day. That is a lot of fireworks a year, though!
Looking forward to the next trip!
|Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):|
A trip report to Disney World and not a single photo of Micky Mouse?
|Quoting MSS658 (Reply 5):|
Great vids as usual.
Meals seem to have improved indeed on UA domestic. Some stuff from the CO-side is coming in.
|Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 6):|
Funny how that UA offers a full first product on a domestic flight, yet nearly all European carriers just have converted Y seats for their business class.
Got to agree with needing to do something about the queues in MCO too - its always been a nightmare for me getting through there - although i do quite like getting the monorail out to the airside satellites!
|Quoting adamspotter (Reply 7):|
Another great video report as usual, thanks for sharing!
Been to Epcot a couple of times myself and enjoyed it every time, especially the fireworks!
Brendan // adamspotter
|Quoting flymia (Reply 9):|
Another great vid report. Always enjoy watching your reports.
UA doesnt give free club access if you are flying in First or Biz?
|Quoting sfflyer123 (Reply 3):|
I did not see thie line. Do you need to be an elite traveler to get in it or can anybody get in it? I only saw the masses, but no elite line. Maybe it was the United gates.
|Quoting rduguy (Reply 11):|
As you're walking towards the main security...keep in mind that there are two separate securities, in the big hall with the massive FIDS display TVs, the expert security line is right underneath one of them.
Anyone can use the lines, and as long as you are comfortable with the security screening process.
Military Aircraft Every type from fighters to helicopters from air forces around the globe
Classic Airliners Props and jets from the good old days
Flight Decks Views from inside the cockpit
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Government Aircraft Aircraft flying government officials
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