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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Overseas Holidays & Travel Planning
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nhnh Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Overseas Holidays & Travel Planning
Has anyone ever flown with Iberia or Air France?

I have been given two quotes for the exact same holiday to Cuba and one is £200 more expensive (Air France).

Is it because of the airline or the travel agent (Sandals v holidays4less.co.uk - Sandals is £200 more expensive)?

I am going to Cuba September 2005, staying three nights in Havana and 11 on the Sandals resort. Does anyone know other travel agents I could try or anything else I can do to get a better deal?
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  • nhnh Forumite
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    Anybody any ideas? Are there differences in the standard of airline.

    My fiance thinks we should go with Air France as it is more expensive which he thinks means better. I think it is just the agent trying it on with the price and nothing to do with the airline as I would have thought they were mostly pretty much the same.
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  • SystemSystem
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    why not phone Sandals and ask them to price match the cheaper holiday? they may even offer it to you for less!
  • nhnh Forumite
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    Yeah, I tried that, they said they couldn't match it. Didn't even try to persuade me theirs was better, maybe that answers my question!
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