NEW Nonstop Flight Added to Orlando Airport

If you’re looking to fly all over the world, the Orlando Airport may just end up being one of the best places to do so.

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Recently new flights have been added to the Bahamas and Canada, and now a new flight can bring you all the way to Europe!

Orlando International Airport has announced that Norse Airlines has started nonstop service to and from the London Gatwick Airport.

These flights in the summer can be as cheap as $200-$300 from Orlando to London, but get a bit more expensive on the way back to Orlando with prices around $550-$1,000.

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MCO also shared a look inside the 787 aircraft, which you’d be flying in on your way to London. It looks pretty cozy if you ask us!

In other travel news, new technology could make future flights to Disney World much shorter, but your next trip to Orlando Airport could be more complicated than before.

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5 Replies to “NEW Nonstop Flight Added to Orlando Airport”

  1. I would very much appreciate an effort if direct flight to african nations is given a priority by the power that be at Orlando international Airport and the airlines,this would definitely go a long way in ameliorating the untoward hardships and inconveniences encountered by Africans going to different cities in some designated airports to join flights to different African nations.

  2. That’s great, but we’ve already got 2 airlines serving two London airports, and 2 airlines serving Manchester. What about all the other cities we’re still missing? Latin America has huge holes. Mainland Europe is lacking. Will El Al come back serving Tel Aviv?