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bmi regional increases frequency on key UK and Europe routes

Third daily flight for Bristol to Aberdeen, East Midlands to Brussels

Independent British airline bmi regional is boosting core commercial routes from Bristol Airport and East Midlands Airport from 3 September.
Return services between Bristol and Aberdeen and from East Midlands to Brussels will increase to three times a day on Wednesday and Thursday. The additional flight departs East Midlands at 1.15pm, arriving into Brussels at 3.25pm; the flight departs the Belgian capital at 3.55pm, arriving at East Midlands at 4.10pm. The new service departs Bristol at 11.30am, arriving at Aberdeen at 12.50pm; heading southwards, the service takes off from Aberdeen at 3pm and lands at Bristol at 4.25pm.

bmi regional will also increase flights between Karlstad in Sweden and Frankfurt, Germany to double daily on four week days with a schedule that enables one-day visits for meetings and events.

All bmi regional fares include 30-minute check-in, 20kg checked baggage and full at seat in-flight food and bar service. Fares start from £79 one way including all taxes and charges and can be booked at or via a travel agent.

“We connect key regional UK airports with leading commercial centres across the UK and Europe, which are in high demand by business and leisure travellers,” said bmi regional CEO, Cathal O’Connell. “Aberdeen, Bristol, the East Midlands region and Brussels are financial and industrial centres that require connectivity to thrive and expand, and by boosting our schedule we’re enabling business and tourism to flourish.”

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