Bmi increases daily Edinburgh-Manchester flights

Due to growing demand on its Edinburgh-Manchester route, bmi regional will increase flights from 4 September to six flights every weekday. Increasing demand has come from a growth in business-related traffic and customers connecting to and from Bmi transatlantic flights. Bmi chief executive officer Nigel Turner said: “Our bmi regional network continues to go from strength to strength. Strong demand due to thriving business, leisure and connecting traffic has necessitated the sixth weekday flight and I’m delighted that we’ve been able to expand our existing operations to provide the extra capacity needed.” All bmi regional flights offer separate business and economy class seating on board with complimentary refreshments. Business lounge facilities and range of check-in options, including online or self-service check-in, are also offered. The additional service is available to book now, with fares starting at £27 one way (inclusive of taxes and charges). For further information or to book, visit the website or call 0870 607 0555.

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