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Nickson - Answered a Question by lennox (01 Dec 07 09:51)

Hi, I returned from Sea Princess via Montego Bay on 3rd Nov. and it was so easy. We were informed whilst on board that our plane would be a couple of hours late leaving London, so we stayed in comfort on board, then shortly prior to new departure time were bussed to the airport, went straight through customs, and only had to wait around 40mins. before boarding plane. However, some people who had booked a pre-airport tour and lunch arrived at airport not knowing about delay and had to hang around there for ages. Gil.

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CRAVEN - Answered a Question by lennox (08 Jan 08 13:22)

Very easy no probs with it at all .

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