Don’t get caught up in the Boxing Day rush to the shops. Instead, stay warm and cosy indoors and begin planning next years’ adventures with the help of the flybmi winter seat sale, which runs from Boxing day until midnight 14 January 2019.
The winter seat sale offers discounts on all of the airline's routes from the UK and within Europe. There are over 44 destinations to choose from including city break favourites Paris, Derry, Hamburg, Brussels and Munich to more unusual off-the-beaten-track cities including Oslo, Esbjerg, Frankfurt and Stavanger.
The prices are valid on trips taken between 9 January until 26 October 2019, perfect for anyone looking for a mini escape in 2019.
These excellent value, low fares, allow passengers to enjoy flybmi’s quality, professional service at fantastic prices! All fares are inclusive of 23kg hold luggage, allocated seating and complimentary in-flight drinks and snacks as standard.
Visit flybmi.com from 26 December 2018 until 14 January 2019, to take advantage of these amazing sale prices.
The sale covers routes across flybmi’s entire network with UK outbound destinations and fares including:
To book, visit flybmi.com. Prices quoted are one way. Fares are subject to availability and based on travel between 9 January and 26 October 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
25% promo offer applies to the base fare before taxes and charges booked on the flybmi website – flybmi.com and is subject to availability. Bookings must be made by midnight 14 January. Fares are non-refundable. This offer is only available for scheduled flights operated by flybmi, not codeshare flights.
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 44 destinations in 12 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; Dublin in Ireland; Milan Bergamo, Bari, Bologna, Florence, Venice and Verona in Italy; Lublin in Poland; Jonkoping, Norrkoping, Gothenburg and Karlstad in Sweden; Istanbul in Turkey and Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bristol, Derry, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Kirkwall, London Heathrow, London Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Stornaway, Sumburgh and Wick in the UK.