January 2010
AirGuide Online.com;1/25/2010, p6
The article offers information on the airline services offered by British Midland International (Bmi) in Great Britain. The short-haul product in Great Britain and Ireland flights is being relaunch by Bmi. Bmi kept on offering the key short-haul routes from London Heathrow to Belfast City, Dublin, Edinburgh and Glasgow.


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