bmi regional launches routes to Gothenburg and Nuremberg from its new Birmingham Airport base

Frank Mertens, Head of Marketing for bmi regional; Paul Kehoe, CEO of Birmingham Airport,
and Susie Green, Planning and Business Development Manager for bmi regional

bmi regional launched its two brand new routes from Birmingham Airport to Gothenburg and Nuremberg on
Monday 8 May 2017 - the services which will both be operated six times per week, were welcomed to their
new base at Birmingham Airport by a water arch, whilst the first passengers enjoyed a slice of celebratory cake

The Gothenburg and Nuremberg flights join the Birmingham to Graz service which started in February 2017. The
conveniently timed flights are aimed at both business and leisure travellers in the Midlands and further afield

Commenting on the new launches, Jochen Schnadt, Chief Commercial Officer from bmi regional, said: "We are
delighted to be introducing these two new flights from Birmingham as part of our ongoing growth strategy to
connect key business regions. Both Nuremberg and Gothenburg have a great deal to offer both business and
leisure customers and, as such, are already proving popular. We're excited to be bringing the bmi regional level
of quality, convenience, service and professionalism to these new routes"

Paul Kehoe, CEO, of Birmingham Airport said: "We are delighted that bmi regional has launched services to
Nuremberg and Gothenburg, two unserved destinations from Birmingham.  These new additions mean that
bmi regional now serves three routes, as it started flights to Graz earlier in the year.  So passengers now
have even more choice to fly to Germany, Sweden and Austria from their local airport"

Fares start from £79 one way for Nuremberg and £89 one way for Gothenburg. All bmi regional fares include
23kg of hold luggage, allocated seating, complimentary in-flight drinks and snacks and 30 minute check-ins

For more information or to book a flight with bmi regional visit
Tuesday 9 May 2017


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