Bmibaby to pull out of Manchester and Cardiff airports
April 14th, 2011 by elisa

Bmibaby is going to pull out of Manchester and Cardiff airports at the end of summer in order to focus its expansion at other UK regional airports.

Managing director Julian Carr said: “In the current economic climate it is essential for bmibaby to focus on airports where the airline already has a strong market presence and where are strong growth opportunities for the bmibaby business.”

Sister airline BMI will stay at Manchester Airport and recently announced a new service to Frankfurt, operated on behalf of Lufthansa, and a new flight to Basel. BMI regional will continue to operate services from Manchester to Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Lyon.

Belfast City Airport will have two of the Bmibaby aircraft, which will create seven new routes for summer 2012 to Malaga, Alicante, Palma, Faro and Ibiza. It will also offer a year- round service to Amsterdam and new flights to Geneva.

The airline will also expand at East Midlands and Birmingham by placing an additional aircraft at each one.


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