I'd prefer LHR. It's slightly easier to get to from where I am. For connecting though, I'd say ATL is more likely, as it's a hub.So. assuming that there's still a UK-Orlando market after normalcy returns somewhat... LHR-MCO? Or connecting via MIA/JFK/etc?
The reason I think MIA would be more likely, is that it's an AA hub, there's at least 4 nonstops between MIA-LHR on BA/AA, 6-7 nonstops daily between MIA-MCO, and BA/AA have a transatlantic joint venture.I'd prefer LHR. It's slightly easier to get to from where I am. For connecting though, I'd say ATL is more likely, as it's a hub.
Assuming it doesn't implode, Virgin Atlantic still flies LGW-MCO.
US CBP agents at airports are among the worst government employees I've ever encountered.. And I say that as a US citizen with global entry.We always fly Aer Lingus from BHX via DUB, connections are not great on return, but the fact can clear US immigration etc. in DUB more than makes up
and no more 747sWell, no more Virgin out of LGW: