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Old 03-20-2013, 05:06 PM   #1
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Past Miami Cruisers - need advice!

What is the earliest anyone has flown out of Fort Lauderdale (FLL) AFTER a cruise from Miami? I understand that Disney does not recommend flights earlier than noon from MIA, but Southwest has a flight that leaves at noon from FLL. Is that cutting it too close?

Our cruise returns to Miami on Oct 25. My choices for direct flights are a 5pm flight that leaves from Orlando to Buffalo, but that means driving almost 4 hours on a Friday, or another flight leaving from Fort Lauderdale at noon. We have three younger kids AND my wife hates to fly. She would rather drive to Orlando to have a direct flight instead of doing connecting flights from MIA or FLL. Happy wife, happy life!

I prefer not to stay over, even a day if I can avoid it. Any advice?
Me DW DS (8) DS (6) DD (4)
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