bmi will offer new daily flights to Bergen and Stavanger in Norway effective April 1, 2011, and new services to Casablanca and Marrakech in Morocco.
Direct flights to Casablanca will operate four times per week from April 2, 2011, and flights to Marrakech will operate three times per week from London Heathrow from April 1, 2011.
bmi is now the only airline to serve Bergen from Heathrow. This is great news for leisure travelers who want to visit the Norwegian Fjords as well as for business travelers. Flights to Stavanger enable customers to access the important oil and energy markets in Norway.
In addition to the route expansion at Heathrow, bmi aircrafts will fly on some Lufthansa services from Birmingham and Manchester to Frankfurt. From March 27, 2011 the bmi A320 family aircraft will be used on three of the four daily Lufthansa Services from both Birmingham and Manchester.
These services connect key business centers with convenient flight schedules, and offer onward connection possibilities to global destinations with Lufthansa from their Frankfurt hub. The aircraft are being fully refurbished and will offer a full service business class and economy product according to Lufthansa standards.
Due to the recently revealed increases by British Airline Authority in (BAA) domestic passenger charges at London Heathrow by more than 50 percent, effective April 1, 2011, bmi will regrettably suspend its seven daily flights between London Heathrow and Glasgow, from March 27, 2011.
Wolfgang Prock Schauer, CEO of bmi, said: â€œLondon Heathrow is the home of bmi and as the second largest airline at Heathrow we will continue to offer our customers attractive business and leisure destinations.â€
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