Favourite airline: e.g. British Airways, Norwegian Air UK, Iberia
British Airways is the most popular airline for flights from London to Orlando.
British Airways
3 %
Norwegian Air UK
3 %
Iberia
3 %
Tip: book 4 weeks before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 4 weeks before the flight. Pay only £272.00.
25 days before departure
Cheapest month: November
Flights are cheapest in November, since the month of travel determines the flight price.
Cheapest weekday: Wednesday
The cheapest days to fly on this route are Wednesday.
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 5 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
09h 35min
13h 11min
16h 47min
£267
£280
£282
The favourite connection is non-stop
17 % of all bookings on the route London to Orlando are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
09h 35min, from £267
17 %
1 stopover New York John F Kennedy
13h 34min, from £298
14 %
1 stopover Atlanta International Airport, GA
13h 11min, from £280
7 %
Return from £267.00
A return flight costing only £267.00 is for example available departing on 07/11/18 and returning on 21/11/18.

£267
Cheap
£267
Expensive
£871

City of Theme Parks and Attractions

Orlando in Florida is a favourite city for families, couples and solo travellers alike. It is no wonder, considering the region's warm climate, family-friend activities and the plethora of cultural sites and attractions to visit and explore which includes more than a dozen theme parks.

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Best of Orlando

Visitors will find the best time to travel to Orlando is any time of the year, although the season between November and April is ideal for its dry, cooler temperatures. The rainy period begins in May and ends in September, while June to October is on standby for potential hurricanes.

A visit to Orlando will provide visitors with plenty of cultural and entertainment activities to enjoy, such as Orlando's largest festival in February, the Mount Dora Arts Festival with over 300 artists participating in music and theatre. The Orlando Carnival in the last week of May presents a Caribbean-style Mardi Gras parade, while Independence Day on July 4th comes complete with concerts, festive parades and evening fireworks. For those wishing to partake in a more culinary event, the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, hosted at the Walt Disney Resort, commences in late September and concludes in mid-November.

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Before you go to Orlando

Before travelling to the United States, British visitors should find out if they are eligible for the US Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), designed to permit visits for up to 90 days. During the duration of your stay, your passport must be valid. Do note that since Orlando operates at the Eastern Time Zone, this leaves it five hours behind London (UCT/GMT -4). Take this into account in the event you need to make travel arrangements or hotel reservations by phone before your trip.

Budget-conscious visitors will be happy to know that the cost of living in Orlando is generally less expensive than in London. That allows more room for checking out all the local food and liquor establishments.

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Local Information for Orlando

To travel from Orlando International Airport to the city centre, take bus numbers 11 or 51 by Orlando's local bus service, Lynx. Single tickets cost approximately $2, while day travelcards are around $4.50, with weekly travelcards (7 days) costing approximately $16. Taxis are cheaper than in London, and depending on your location and route, will cost approximately $40.

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