25 JULY 2011


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Article from BTNews 25 JULY 2011

Nice and Agadir get bmi flights

bmi, British Midland International, the second largest airline at Heathrow, is to return to Nice, the French Rivera’s major airport, from 25 August 2011.  Initially the flights will be daily but will double up from the start of the winter season commencing 29 October.  A full Business Class service, including hot meals and a fully stocked bar service will be served on all flights.

Currently Nice is served by British Airways from both London City and Heathrow, and also easyJet from Gatwick, Luton and Stansted.

Direct flights to Agadir will operate twice weekly from Heathrow on Tuesdays and Saturday, again starting at the beginning of the winter season.  The introduction of the Agadir route follows bmi’s launch to Marrakech and Casablanca earlier this year and the subsequent increase in flights to Marrakech from three to five per week from 1 October 2011.  Ryanair pulls out of Agadar at the end of July and by the time that bmi start their service the only competition will be easyJet with weekly flights out of Gatwick. www.flybmi.com

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