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Mcilduff - Answered a Question by Keetch (19 Apr 08 09:01)

We also going on Sea princess Nov and would like to know times from Glasgo.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Keetch (04 Dec 07 15:04)

Princess Cruises use charter flights in the main and they will be the only ones to give you that information. You are also talking about eleven months time so they may not be raedy yet, but ask them or your agent....sorry...Nei.

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Jones - Answered a Question by Keetch (09 Dec 07 21:50)

Hi, We are doing this trip at Christmas from Manchester also. Princess have chartered Thomsonfly departing Manchester at 0940hrs arriving Barbados 1440hrs. The return flight leaves Barbados 1625hrs and gets into Manchester at 0445hrs. Just to give you some idea but things may obviously be different next year. Hope this helps.

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Duff - Answered a Question by Keetch (20 May 08 22:24)

Just spoken to T/Agent today, they say wont know exact times until August but approx as per Jones,Castle Douglas. We also Manchester 01/11/08.

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Celebrity Cruises To Sail From Dublin

By Caroline Kyle

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Celebrity Homeport for Dublin

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