Bmi drops short-haul business class product

March 2010
Business Traveller (UK/Europe Edition);Mar2010, p10
The article focuses on the decision of Lufthansa-owned BMI to replace its short-haul business class offering with a one-cabin economy and flexible economy offering.


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