bmibaby, the award winning airline with tiny fares, is increasing the number of flights available between Manchester and Belfast. From 31st October passengers will have the choice of 50 bmibaby flights a week linking the Northwest of England with Northern Ireland. The airline will offer four flights a day throughout the week and two a day at weekends with the launch of its winter 05/06 timetable on 31st October. New mid afternoon and evening flights have been added to the schedule on weekdays with new Saturday afternoon and Sunday evening flights. Seats on all winter routes are on sale now at bmibaby.com from just £16.99 one way, including taxes and charges.
David Hodge, marketing director, bmibaby, commented:
“We are delighted to be able to increase our flights from Manchester to Belfast offering greater flexibility for both business and leisure passengers. With fares from just £16.99 one way, including taxes and charges, our advice is to always book early to secure the best deal.”
bmibaby has carried 1.8 million passengers on its flights to and from Manchester since services launched in May 2003. Summer 2005 is set to be the airline’s busiest to date.
This winter bmibaby will offer over 160 flights every week throughout Europe from Manchester Airport to ten destinations: Alicante, Belfast (International), Bordeaux, Cork, Jersey, Knock, Malaga Palma and Prague. Services to Geneva are reintroduced for the peak skiing season from December 2005.