British Airways. Got it but I will probably forget.
I watched YouTube videos yesterday taken at either Copenhagen Airport to Heathrow or vice versa. They made me feel like I was right there very helpful and even comforting.
Terminal 5 is HUGE and I mean HUGE.
I live in Austin, Texas and we have a medium size airport. We could not even fly internationally until a few years ago and international flights are still few in number. You can walk from one terminal to the next
I take one cruise a year and I wanted to be more adventurous on this one coming up. I think that i got more that I desired. In fact, I think that I have bitten off more than I could chew.
I have not traveled internationally before and probably all of you responding to my post have traveled internationally several times. It has been a real shock
First, I booked my cruise and then I looked for hotels. I got a good deal on my cruise and a very good deal on my hotel but then it has been one hiccup after another. I had no idea that flying from Austin to Copenhagen and back could be so complicated and expensive.
Tomorrow, I am going to call American Airlines and talk to them about my transfer from London to Copenhagen. There are other flights and one is about two hours later which will get me to Copenhagen two hours later and then trying to get to my hotel at night .... I HATE rushing and I would rather have time to kill than have to walk fast or worst yet run to catch the plane.
I will post an update about calling and speaking to American Airlines after I do so.
British Airways. I am trying to get it into memory because usually you just see BA.