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plove53
12-29-2006, 08:43 AM
Has anyone used Liberty VA Airlines (http://www.spiritair.com ). If so how was it??? and how do I book a flight? How was the price?

I want to fly down this (I don't fly) and I heard about Liberty Airlines. I think its a small company (I don't think I could do the crowded airlines (jet blue, etc))... I'll be comming from NY/NJ.

If there is anothor smaller airline out their that goes from NY/NJ to Orlando please let me know.

I LOVED (never thought I'll ever would have said that) my first WDW vaca that I'm plainning my SECOND trip to WDW... and starting to make the plans now.


-phil

ducklite
12-29-2006, 09:19 AM
It looks like they might be a charter. Yuo'll still be flying in and out of the same busy airports, and they will probably have flights that are just as full as a commercial carrier. ETA: Now that I'm thinking about it, this company doesn't even exist in real life. I think I read or saw something about them on the news--it's like Fantasy Football for wanna-be airline employees.

The HUGE disadvantage is that with only two flights a day, if you miss one or if they cancel one, you're screwed. I'll put money on it that they don't have a reciprocal agreement with any of the major carriers to handle bumped or cancelled passengers.

Have you looked into Spirit out of Atlantic City?

Anne

plove53
12-29-2006, 09:30 AM
It looks like they might be a charter. Yuo'll still be flying in and out of the same busy airports, and they will probably have flights that are just as full as a commercial carrier. ETA: Now that I'm thinking about it, this company doesn't even exist in real life. I think I read or saw something about them on the news--it's like Fantasy Football for wanna-be airline employees.

The HUGE disadvantage is that with only two flights a day, if you miss one or if they cancel one, you're screwed. I'll put money on it that they don't have a reciprocal agreement with any of the major carriers to handle bumped or cancelled passengers.

Have you looked into Spirit out of Atlantic City?

Anne

NOW I am confused... But I would still like to book a flight with a smaller company.

thanks,

-p

plove53
12-29-2006, 10:15 AM
http://www.spiritair.com

This is the airlines website...

Thanks to sheilap :dance3:


-phil

Disneyjosh229
12-29-2006, 10:59 AM
Ha Ha!! :cool1:

Take a look at that website closely. Its not a real airline, it is a Virtual Airline (Like those posted in my sig) for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator! VA stands for Virtual Airlines...

At the bottom of the page....

© 2004-2006 Liberty Virtual Airlines Version 2.0 We are not a real world airline!

plove53
12-29-2006, 01:23 PM
Ha Ha!! :cool1:

Take a look at that website closely. Its not a real airline, it is a Virtual Airline (Like those posted in my sig) for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator! VA stands for Virtual Airlines...

At the bottom of the page....

2004-2006 Liberty Virtual Airlines Version 2.0 We are not a real world airline!
I found out... The real place is http://www.spiritair.com

I'm such a fool :confused3 :rotfl2: :lmao: :headache:

Disneyjosh229
12-29-2006, 05:35 PM
I found out... The real place is http://www.spiritair.com

I'm such a fool :confused3 :rotfl2: :lmao: :headache:

Spirit is a good airline...enjoy :thumbsup2