9-10 hour flight time
London Heathrow (LHR)
Edinburgh to Orlando
21 June 2023 - 28 October 2023
Orlando to Edinburgh
20 June 2023 - 27 October 2023
One-stop flights to Orlando are available from Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Durham, Humberside, Inverness, London City, Newcastle and Norwich with our partners Air France and KLM.
Please ensure you check the CDC website for the rules which apply to you and arrive prepared at the departure airport, with plenty of time.
Handy hints to help you hit the ground running in Orlando.
Make sure you check out our favourites: Universal Studios and Walt Disney World, or, if you fancy something a little more offbeat, what about the hip bars of Orlando’s Milk District?
Must do’s before visiting Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort in Florida.
And if you’re planning a family adventure, there’s lots to keep everyone entertained onboard. The seatback screens can be switched to kids’ mode so they’re free to explore the latest films, TV and games, and food and drinks are all included. Special children’s meals can be ordered in advance, with familiar favourites they’ll love.
Did you know we fly direct to Tampa?
Check out our alternative route to Orlando with direct flights to Tampa from London Heathrow. Just a 90 minute drive to those world famous theme parks.
From Universal Studios to all things Disney, you can’t visit Orlando without stopping off at the theme parks.
Given Orlando’s climate, an afternoon at its thrilling (and chilling) water rides is a holiday must.
Beyond the rides, Disney Springs is a lively hub of dining, live entertainment, and shopping.
From white sand beaches to wild swimming in natural springs, there's a whole other side to Orlando just a short drive away.
Florida’s Kennedy Space Center is the next best thing to the cosmos, thanks to its Astronaut Training Experience.
Discover nature’s coolest glow-in-the-dark creatures on a nighttime kayak journey through a local wildlife refuge.
Orlando may not be Florida’s biggest city – Jacksonville and Miami come first – but it’s got history to spare. The first European arrival in the region dates to the 16th century, while Orlando’s Native American roots go back centuries further. Now a top destination for international visitors, and with its own thriving culture on tap, there’s much to learn about Orlando
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Our seats have been carefully designed to help you fly in total comfort during the flight, no matter which cabin you're in. Find out how our Upper Class, Premium and Economy seats measure up.
Whichever cabin you're travelling in, you'll enjoy exciting inflight entertainment and delicious food and drinks throughout the flight.
We reward your adventures with Virgin Points. Whether you're taking off, doing the weekly shop or splashing out on an exclusive stay, points make it all more rewarding.