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Aberdeen, Amsterdam for bmi

bmi regional has announced a new three times daily service linking Aberdeen with Amsterdam.Services commence on 27 March 2006 and will be operated by aircraft from
the all-Embraer jet fleet. Convenient timings of the bmi flights provide
excellent links for the business traveller, allowing for a full working
day in Holland’s capital without the early start required by the current
schedule operator.

A choice of business or economy class seating will be offered on board
with competitive fares in both cabins. bmi regional’s renowned in-flight
service also offers complimentary in-flight food and drink, including a
hot breakfast service on early morning flights.

bmi regional managing director, Crawford Rix said:
“Our business and leisure passengers can be assured of convenient flight
times, competitive fares in both cabins, generous frequent flyer
benefits and of course our renowned in-flight service.

“The benefits of flying with bmi regional do not end there - our
passengers will also be travelling with the UK’s most punctual regional
airline. And what’s more, for the business traveller we recognise that
speed is of the essence on the ground too. With a range of check-in
options including our new online check-in available from January 2006,
you can be assured of a smooth journey through the airport.”

Andy Flower, Aberdeen Airport Managing Director said:
“Amsterdam is the most popular international destination out of Aberdeen
and we are very pleased that our passengers now have more choice through
the new bmi regional service.


“We are particularly pleased to be announcing another new service from
Aberdeen at the end of a year that has seen us celebrate record growth
in passenger numbers and record numbers of new routes and services.”