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Hi all looking at one of these deatinations for next years holiday and was looking at doing all bookings myself.

Would need to fly PE as girlfriend has a fractured back so extra leg room comfier seats etc are a must. Would be looking to go around June/July. Now the big two (BA and Virgin) are coming in at similar prices from London airports just wondering if anyone knows of any other airlines to look at was thinking maybe one of the American airlines though guessing this may involve a non-direct flight? Or would flying from Manchester for example bring the price down?

Thanks in advance

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1. Re: Mexico/cuba

You should check out the www.skyscanner.net website to get the best price/schedule, try putting in both London and Manchester as departuress and see what comes up.

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2. Re: Mexico/cuba

...and when you see what comes up book with the airline directly, not a dodgy third party agent as skyscanner does link to these.

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3. Re: Mexico/cuba

You could certainly get to Mexico via the USA and there should be lots of options for this.For Cuba however the US government is still restricting flights between the two places and those that do exist aren't available to foreign tourists. Canada might be a transfer option instead as there are lots of flights from Canadian airports to Cuba.

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4. Re: Mexico/cuba

Have you checked out Thomas Cook???

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5. Re: Mexico/cuba

Thanks for all replies totally forgot about the cuba/usa relations somehow.

Hadnt looked at tc as thought it was all standard seat pitch etc

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6. Re: Mexico/cuba

For Mexico look at Thomsons. Unfortunately they've pulled out of Cuba for summer 2014. Thomas Cook fly to Cuba. Virgin do, but only fly into Havana.

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