See our guide and things you need to pay attention to on your flight to your Disney World resort holiday.
You're sat back with your seatbelt on, and your chairs in their upright position, about to jet off to your Disney holiday.
During Your Flight
Buckle up for a long flight. A flight to Orlando can take up to 10 hours, depending on route and the wind. Your flight will most probably have seat back monitors where you can view your flight information so you can keep track of where you are. Every now and then you'll be offered drinks, and you will get two meals throughout your flight. One hot and one cold. You'll have the option to buy some snacks if the plane food doesn't agree with you. You'll of course be offered a chance to get some last minute duty free, should you require it.
Near the end of your flight, the staff will be giving out US immigration forms. These forms need to be filled out in full, and any assets and cash over $10k declared. You only need to fill out one per household.