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mom_rules
02-14-2003, 09:38 AM
This came up on my email today from
Hotwire:
Search Results for Buffalo, NY to Orlando, FL


Depart
Wed, Apr 30, 2003
$188
BUF Buffalo/Niagra Intl. Airport


Return
Sat, May 10, 2003
+ $5 booking fee per ticket
Total per ticket: $193


MCO Orlando Intl.

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Search Expires at 8:34AM PST on 02/14/03 - Ref No. 8055651561


Wouldn't that be around $300/person CDN?

emmalgin
02-14-2003, 09:55 AM
Go check Southwest Airline's website. We booked last year and paid $450 US for 4 people, weekend departure. I also booked around this time..... Stay the night before and many Hotels have park and fly specials.....

sammi
02-14-2003, 02:32 PM
We booked with Southwest for our upcoming trip and got a non stop flight for two for $370.00 US.:bounce: :Pinkbounc

twinz
03-01-2003, 02:06 PM
OK I am not sure if I am gonna get in some trouble for this, but this past week we stayed at the Ramada Limited at Buffalo Airport, and we were VERY disapointed. We just went on a day trip to NYC out of Buffalo. I told the lady this when I called to book the room, and she said it would be no cost (to use park and fly) since we would be gone just the day, and staying in the room for only 5 hours. When we checked in they were trying to charge us 20 dollars to park (we could have parked at the airport for $9.50). I told him someone else told me I could park for free. So that was fine. When we arrived back into Buffalo I called the hotel and told them I needed a pick up the girl who picked up the phone told me that their shuttle driver was not in. So I tell her "so you mean to tell me I can't come and get my car?" She puts me on hold then comes back on and goes "ok we will send someone else" I am like "uhh yeah I think that is a good idea!" We were just not pleased with their overall service.

Eno
03-01-2003, 03:39 PM
The deals that were there last year aren't there this year... at least not yet. Maybe a Southwest friends fly free will come out.
Last year I was able to fly from buffalo to orlando using Northwest for 120 for two of us (companion faires) and 180 for the other ticket. At Christmas 2001 - found flights for 100.00 with Delta. Not finding the same deals this year - Booked Delta for 200.00 US per person. I wasn't thrilled with Northwest - kept changing my flight times and splitting the three of us on different flights - kept having to call each time I received an e-mail. Once they had us with a 4 hour stopover instead of the 45 mins that was booked.
SouthWest have had a problem with seat assignments in the past. They had the three of us all over the airplane and that was when my daughter was 9 - finally someone switched with us. Have had no problems with Delta.

twinz
03-02-2003, 11:29 AM
When we flew Southwest this past September we had no seat assignments. They told us to sit where ever we wanted. Which was great because we arrived early, and the flight was not full, we all got to sit together.

dsneygirl
03-02-2003, 08:31 PM
I have no problem flying Southwest for a short trip to WDW, we're going Air Tran in April (another US no-frills airline) for $340 US or about $490 Canadian for both of us.