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flybmi increases rotations out of Scottish hub

Mon 16 Jul 2018
flybmi has today announced that with effect from 16 September it will be increasing its rotations out of Aberdeen to include Sunday flights between the airport and two of its most popular destinations, Bristol and Oslo.

flybmi has today announced that with effect from 16 September it will be increasing its rotations out of Aberdeen to include Sunday flights between the airport and two of its most popular destinations, Bristol and Oslo.

The increase means that flybmi will be operating five flights per week between Aberdeen and Oslo and six between Aberdeen and Bristol.

Commenting on the increases, Jochen Schnadt, Chief Commercial Officer for flybmi said: “There has been a high demand on these routes, especially for a Sunday rotation. Our philosophy is to listen to our customers and respond accordingly and therefore we have added a Sunday flight to both routes. These convenient flight times are perfect for leisure travellers to enjoy weekend breaks and for business customers to position for their meetings on Monday mornings.”

Fares on the routes start from just £68 one way to Bristol and £99 one way to Oslo. As with all flybmi routes, all fares are fully inclusive of 23kg hold luggage, allocated seating and complimentary in-flight drinks and snacks. Customers can also opt for speedy 30-minute airport check-ins or check-in online via flybmi’s new website flybmi.com

For further information and to book visit flybmi.com.


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About flybmi:

flybmi operates an all-jet fleet comprising 19 Embraer 135 and 145 aircraft. The airline now operates over 600 scheduled flights a week across a network of 43 destinations in 10 European countries and employs more than 400 staff. The airline also operates an extensive ad-hoc charter business and flies on a contract basis on behalf of other carriers. Its scheduled network includes Oslo and Stavanger in Norway; Brussels in Belgium; Esbjerg in Denmark; Nantes and Paris in France; Brno in Czech Republic; Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Nuremberg, Rostock, Munich, Saarbrücken and Stuttgart in Germany; Milan Malpensa, Milan Bergamo, Bari, Bologna, Florence, Venice and Verona in Italy; Lublin in Poland; Jonkoping, Norrkoping, Gothenburg and Karlstad in Sweden and Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Derry, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Kirkwall, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Stornaway, Sumburgh and Wick in the UK.