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bmibaby sheds staff to cut costs

bmibaby sheds staff to cut costs

5 November 2009 Press Release Airline News

A total of 158 staff at low-cost airline bmibaby are facing redundancy after the carrier announced new restructuring plans. An airline spokesperson said 54 pilot and 82 cabin crew positions at Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff airports were “at risk of redundancy”, as well as 22 management and support positions.

bmibaby forges partnership with

26 January 2009 Press Release Travel Technology News

bmibaby has unveiled a tie-up with that will offer customers accommodation deals throughout its European destinations. The partnership will offer those visiting bmibaby’s website access to thousands of hotels across the airline’s destinations, access to the latest accommodation deals, as well as TripAdvisor reviews and opinions.

bmibaby Selects SAS Revenue Management Tools

27 October 2004 Press Release Travel Technology News

bmibaby is implementing Sabre AirMax Low-Fares Manager, designed for thelow-cost airline market. Developed by Sabre Airline Solutions, the corefeature of this new technology is its ability to provide revenue managementfor restriction-free pricing, a standard aspect of the low-cost airlinemodel.

bmibaby and Air Wales Expand Agreement

24 September 2004 Press Release Airline News

bmibaby is pleased to announce an extension to its agreement with Wales’ national airline,Ê Air Wales, which will add more routes and more capacity for the forthcoming winter season.