Bmi Regional has confirmed its first new routes since becoming an independent airline and launches its new web site. The airline was formerly a subsidiary of the bmi Group but is now a fully independent airline.
The first new routes will launch on the 29th October 2012 and will operate flights from Aberdeen to Bristol and flights from Manchester to Antwerp.
Bmi Regional is set to become a fully independent airline on the 28th of October 2012, will be moving from its current temporary offices into a new eight thousand square feet building located at East Midlands airport. The airline also plans new routes as well as a frequent flyer programme late in the New Year. The new routes planned are to European destinations and will be aimed at business travellers and leisure travellers as well.
The airline also operates charter flights as well using the popular Embraer aircraft with the option of 37-seat and 49-seat jets for private and corporate hire. This offers clients the opportunity to fly to their own timetable.
Bookings for the new flights from Bristol to Aberdeen and flights from Antwerp to Manchester can be booked now on the original flybmi web site and will be transferred over to the new airline reservation system at the end of October > click here