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Wilba - Answered a Question by pearse-clarke (03 Jan 09 17:40)

If you go onto your airlines website it will tell you.

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whitehill - Answered a Question by pearse-clarke (03 Jan 09 17:40)

It takes about nine hours less on the way back.

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Lambie - Answered a Question by pearse-clarke (04 Jan 09 06:43)

If you are flying direct about 9 hrs, if going via Glasgow (with Monarch) add another 3 hours.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by pearse-clarke (04 Jan 09 09:43)

The question is unanswerable in this form as the cruise line, airline, aircraft have not been stated. There could be refuelling stops, change of aircraft, who knows. Please put some thought into the question & you will sensible responses. You could be going by Tiger Moth for all we know!

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pearse-clarke - replied to Wilba (04 Jan 09 14:22)

How much luggage is allowed on a tiger moth I may give it some thought .? Thanks to Lambie, of Falkirk I got the answer I wanted, I'm much Obliged to him and others.

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Wilba - replied to pearse-clarke (04 Jan 09 16:10)

You got the answer you wanted but how do you know it was the correct one? How do you know they went on the same airline & route as you are going on, or is it some kind of state secret?

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pearse-clarke - replied to Wilba (05 Jan 09 11:46)

Bog off.

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Wilba - replied to pearse-clarke (05 Jan 09 14:59)

Charming!

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