Fantastic savings in the bmi seat sale for Flights from London Heathrow
Great connectivity from regional UK airports for hassle free travel bmi makes it even easier to visit family and loved ones this New Year
Leading British airline, British Midland International (bmi) today launches its seat sale with substantial discounts on Business Class and Economy fares from London Heathrow airport and other UK airports to destinations in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Customers booking between 22 December 2010 and 19 January 2011 can take advantage of fantastic savings on flights to a range of destinations from UK airports. Destinations include Berlin, Moscow, Damascus and Beirut as well as selected domestic routes.
Flights are valid for travel until 15 June 2010 and are available to book on the bmi website
bmi Regional operates from Aberdeen; Brussels; Copenhagen; East Midlands; Edinburgh; Esbjerg; Glasgow; Groningen; Leeds Bradford; Lyon; Manchester; Norwich; Zurich. Fantastic seat sale discounts on offer include the following Economy fares:
Joerg Hennemann, chief commercial officer, bmi, commented: “Our seat sale offers a fantastic choice of fares to destinations across our domestic and international network. There’s never been a better time to get away and explore somewhere new, or visit friends and family.”
bmi recently announced a new route to Tripoli, starting 21 February, with fares starting from just £256.
An interiors overhaul for the airline’s mid-haul aircraft
Leading airline, British Midland International (bmi) unveils today a new Business Class and Economy cabin for its mid-haul routes. The major refurbishment of the A321 and A320 aircraft includes new leather interiors, new comfortable cushions, as well as a dynamic new lighting system.
Customers travelling to mid-haul destinations such as Addis Ababa, Cairo, Freetown, Khartoum in Africa and in the Middle East flights to Amman, Beirut, Damascus, Tbilisi, Tehran and Yerevan with traveller’s on Mocow flights expected to see the start of an ongoing refurbishment programme for the British airline from Monday 22 November and set to be completed by May 2011.
Brown leather covers with black stitching have been fitted to all seats complementing the recently introduced new carpet and headrest covers. In addition, new multi density foam cushions will be onboard all of these aircraft providing increased customer comfort in both cabins. New lighting, bulk heads and curtains add to the spacious new look and feel to the cabin.
Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, chief executive officer, bmi, commented: “We are delighted to upgrade our mid-haul aircraft in order to offer a truly competitive product. The interior changes are the final touches to a full overhaul of our mid-haul fleet that has included repainting the aircraft to the full bmi colour scheme from their temporary livery.
“We are committed to offering the best service at the best price for our customers and look forward to welcoming them on board our newly refurbished aircraft. By improving the customer experience and updating our product and services regularly we aim to bring maximum benefit to our valued customers and make travelling with bmi even better.”
bmi has recently announced a new daily route from London Heathrow to Tripoli, starting 21 February 2011 and a second daily direct service from London to Beirut, commencing on 31 March 2011
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