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    Timing...

    I am trying to book our flights. I found a decent price ( 824 round trip for the 4 of us) and we would arrive in Orlando at 1:50 P.M. We have a res that night for Princess dining (Epcot) at 6. Do you think we'd have enough time or should I change the reservation?


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    Re: Timing...

    I would think you would be okay as long as the plane is not too late. Landing at that time should put you at your resort around 3:30 or so.
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    Re: Timing...

    I don't think you will have a problem either. If you are renting a car, you can drive to your resort and dinner.

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    Re: Timing...

    We're not renting a car. I didn't book the flights. I'm going to keep looking. I think we'd have enough time. The res is actually for 6:40 but that will be the only day we go to Epcot so I want just a bit more time.


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    Re: Timing...

    You should be fine. If you are delayed they will likely take you anyhow.
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    Re: Timing...

    Like others have said you should be fine. If you are using Disney's Magical Express, you definitely have enough time. I always give myself at least one to one and a half hours from getting off plane to arriving at resort. That varies of course.
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    Re: Timing...

    I would have to agree with the others, you should definitely have enough time assuming your flight is on time.
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    Re: Timing...

    it all depends on the flight like everyone else it saying but if thats on time u should be set , have fun!!!!!
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