12 January 2021
Autumn is a great time to holiday in and around Orlando. American schools don’t have an October half-term break as we do in the UK, so this can be a quieter time to visit many of the larger attractions that might otherwise be overwhelmed, including the world-famous theme parks and water parks. Meanwhile, sunshine can be virtually guaranteed – Orlando is a year-round destination with a delicious sub-tropical climate – yet you are avoiding the searing heat of high summer.
Things to Do in Orlando in October
Why Choose Virgin Atlantic
With direct daily departures to Orlando from London Heathrow and Manchester, summer services from Belfast and Glasgow and excellent in-flight dining and entertainment, Virgin Atlantic is the obvious choice to travelling to the world’s theme-park capital in 2021 and beyond.
Virgin’s range of cabin classes allow you to design the way you want to fly, starting with Economy with its choice of Light, Classic and Delight options. All promise delicious food, great entertainment and personal service; Light allows you to travel light and pay less, Classic comes with advanced standard seat assignment so you don’t need to pay extra to get the seats you want, next to the people you want, while Delight speeds you through the airport by giving you access to Premium check-in desks and priority boarding, as well as an extra legroom seat.
Up a notch, Premium passengers enjoy additional touches: an extra few inches of space, a glass of bubbly on board, and meals served on china crockery with metal cutlery. Or of course, there’s Virgin’s industry-leading Upper Class with chauffeur-driven car service to and from the airport (payable), stylish Clubhouses and lounges in the airport, roomy leather seats that double as super-comfy flat beds, the finest food and drink, and cabins with bars for gatherings and drinks or dining with friends, or, in new A350s, The Loft social area.