BMI flights stop in April

Old Nov 6th 2008, 3:16 pm
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Just had a lovely email from BMI to say they are stopping all flights here in April. They say the routes aren't profitable enough.
I don't mind Virgin and BA but I prefer to fly back to Manchester when I'm going to the UK.
My flight in May has been cancelled, I hope they give me a equivalent ticket with another airline.
Hopefully none of the other airlines will do the same thing.
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Old Nov 7th 2008, 9:39 am
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Looks like we only have BA and Virgin left. Had a feeling when XL went bust that BMI might cease flying to the Caribbean
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I thought Virgin did a flight to Manchester? Has it stopped?

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Originally Posted by Serendipidy View Post
I thought Virgin did a flight to Manchester? Has it stopped?

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No, that one is still running.
In fact I heard a report on the radio yesterday that the government have been in talks with BA and Virgin to see if they can increase flghts and keep the regular Manchester one going.
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