So Air Transit are the cheapest single tickets. They’re much cheaper than British Airways or Air Canada. Direct. Yep. The cheapest, the absolute cheapest fare is $408. The only thing with the $408 flight is, actually, there are two flights. You fly from Montreal to Quebec City and then change….
It’s not direct.
It’s not direct. So my feeling is it’s better to pay $25 more, take the direct flight from Montreal to Gatwick, London.
There’s no cheque bags, there’s no seat selection, there’s nothing. But it’s not really a big problem, is it? You can take carry on luggage.
Yeah, that’s good, good enough.
That’s fine. Yeah, I worked out, probably.
You’re looking at on the 14th?
Well. I think I’ve got twelve and a half days holiday, which I can take, so there’s one week, there’s two weeks, there’s twelve and a half, so to Wednesday lunchtime, which is the 14th, so I reckon we should leave on the 14th.
Yeah, well, we’ve got a month before that to organise everything we need to.
Okey, sure. Is that a night flight, isn’t it?
Yeah, it’s quite late. It’s 10:00.
Oh, is it? Okay. So it’s perfect in a way.
Yeah, it is, yeah. That’s what I mean. We’ve got, like I finished work at lunchtime and we’ve got all afternoon.
And, what time is arrival?
9:50 in Gatwick.
In the morning?
Yeah, we flew air transit before. It’s fine.
Okay, I’ll book it then. Yeah? 866.30 for two people.
Yeah, that’s good.
Yeah, I hope so.
(looking at the screen) We don’t want this rubbish. Just paying, watching class priority, blah, blah, blah….Okay, I’ll get a passport, then…