Whittle - Answered a Question by Carnegie (31 Oct 08 12:01)

We flew with Thomsonfly from Gatwick to San Juan (Princess Cruises) and they were excellent - much better, in fact, than some of the scheduled flights we have taken transatlantic. Meals were included and the service was very good - even got hot towels after the meal! Enjoy your cruise.

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Carnegie - replied to Whittle (31 Oct 08 14:28)

Thanks for your reply very glad to hear we will get good service with ThomsonFly as last year we flew to Dominican Republic with My Travel and despite paying extra for Premium Gold Seating we were disgusted with the service , no choice of meals only 1 glass of wine free and to make matters worse we were handed a prtable tv to put on our little table and when meals came we had to put on floor and were unable to move legs. This time we did not bother with premium seating. Lets hope we get same standard you got.

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tightwad - Answered a Question by Carnegie (31 Oct 08 15:05)

We flew with thomsonfly to barbados for a p&o cruise in february this year, all meals in plus free bar but no duty free sprits to buy on board stopped sellng ltr bottles so purchase any in airport. hope this helps enjoy.

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