bmi regional will be
increasing the number of flights to its Scottish destinations this
autumn.From 29 October, bmi regional services between Manchester and Aberdeen
will be boosted from four to six flights daily, introducing a new early
morning and afternoon flight. Meanwhile, services between Manchester and
Glasgow will be increased from four to five every weekday with the
introduction of a new lunchtime flight.
The service improvements are in direct response to an increasing demand
in business related traffic. The announcement today also follows the
July announcement that bmi regional services between Manchester and
Edinburgh were being increased from five to six per day, from September.
bmi regional managing director, Stewart Adams said:
“Our regional network continues to go from strength to strength. Not
only are we the most punctual scheduled airline flying from Manchester,
we are also the only regional airline to offer an all jet aircraft
service. None of our competitors can match us in terms of flight
frequencies to Scotland and the level of in-flight service offered.”
All bmi regional flights offer the speed and comfort of an all-jet
aircraft service, a separate business and economy class seating on board
and continues to offer complimentary in-flight refreshments. The airline
is also renowned for excellent in-flight service and frequent flyer
benefits. Convenient schedules across domestic and international routes
from key regional airports allow connections to the wider bmi network
and onwards across the globe with Star Alliance partners.
Business lounge facilities and range of check-in options on the ground,
including online or self-service check-in ensure a speedy transition
through the airport.
Speed on the ground is matched by speed in the air. bmi regional is also
recognised as the best airline for punctuality in Manchester and in the
UK overall according to published CAA statistics.