British Midland Regional has just announced the forthcoming inauguration of three new European routes from Birmingham. The first BMI Regional flight from Birmingham Airport to Graz in Austria will take off on 27 February 2017.
This route will initially be offered as a twice weekly service with departures in each direction every Monday and Friday. The following month, the frequency will increase to four times a week, but the extra days have so far not been specified.
The second two routes to Gothenburg in Sweden and the German city of Nuremberg will both launch on 8 May 2016. These routes will operate six times weekly in each direction. One-way ticket prices for the new flights begin at £79.
Jochen Schnadt is BMI Regional’s head commercial officer. Announcing the launch of the routes, he said all at the airline were pleased to be adding flights from Birmingham to the constantly expanding collection. He added that BMI would always be at the forefront when it came to adding new destinations for travellers.
Mr Schnadt explained that customers were always on the lookout for new locations with different experiences and Graz, Gothenburg and Nuremberg all offered this. He finished off by saying the ample attractions of the trio were bound to make the routes popular.
BMI Regional is headquartered at Leicestershire’s East Midlands Airport. It also currently flies out of UK airports in Aberdeen, Bristol and Newcastle. European destinations include Paris Charles De Gaulle, Frankfurt, Oslo and Karlstad.