bmi Expands Wale of a Deal Package

bmi has expanded its popular money-saving Wale of a Deal package that
includes air, hotel and car rental in Wales to some of its code-share
cities and extended the travel period through March 31, 2005.
Travelers now have a choice of 19 departure cities with the expansion to
bmi’s code share cities. Previously, the Wale of a Deal package was only
offered from bmi’s gateway cities of Chicago and Washington, D.C.

For as little as round trip air fare, the Wale Of a Deal package includes
a six-night stay at a choice of 14 hand-picked, charming Welsh Rarebits
hotels, one week’s car rental (automatic transmission) with unlimited
mileage and round trip air fare on bmi to Manchester, England beginning at
$1599. The transatlantic portion is provided in bmi’s middle cabin, the
new economy.

The Wale of a Deal package prices are based on per person, double
occupancy, and vary depending on the departure city as listed below:

* $1599 Chicago and Washington, DC (bmi transatlantic gateway cities) *
$1999 Atlanta, Boston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Detroit, Houston, Miami,
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Newark, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia and
Tampa * $2099 Denver, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco and Seattle

To book bmi ‘s Wale of a Deal offer, call Undiscovered Britain & Ireland
ltd. (UBI) toll free at 1-866-508-8804. For more information on the
promotion, visit Wales Tourist Board web site at .


Among the benefits in bmi’s new economy 48-seat cabin are ergonomic seats
with 38 inches of comfortable legroom, telephone, dataports and laptop
power. Passengers also have a bird’s eye view of their journey as a result
of cameras mounted on the nose and belly of the aircraft.

Welsh Rarebits ( ) is Wales’ leading collection
of 43 top country house hotels, historic inns, luxury farmhouses and
resorts. No two hotels are alike, yet all are dedicated to the highest
standards and peerless personal service.

Manchester, less than an hour’s drive from North Wales, is an ideal
gateway to Wales. bmi offers daily nonstop flights to Manchester, England
from Chicago and daily, except Tuesday from Washington, DC. It’s
transatlantic service features new Airbus aircraft, provides three classes
of service—business, the new economy and economy, offers state of the
art video equipment with individual seat back screens featuring 16 audio
and 20 video channels as well as the latest Nintendo(TM) and classic PC