bmibaby announces new route from Birmingham
The new route to Warsaw will start with a three times a week service operating from Birmingham on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Services commence on 27th May 2008. Flights go on sale today (8th January 2008) at bmibaby.com with fares starting from just £21.99 one way, including all taxes and charges.
Historical Warsaw, is Poland’s most cosmopolitan city. The UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town has a vibrant culture, while the modern part of the city is a shopper’s paradise. Warsaw also has numerous cultural offerings from museums and galleries to palaces and churches.
David Hodge, commercial director, bmibaby, said:
"bmibaby’s new Polish route to Warsaw from Birmingham reinforces the airlines commitment to growth and the tailoring of its route network to meet ever changing consumer needs. The UK Polish community is a modern day phenomena and the new route from Birmingham will provide valuable links for friends and family in Poland and the Midlands region."
"This new three times a week service, along with the existing four times a week service from East Midlands to Warsaw, sees bmibaby now serving the Polish capital with flights on a daily basis from the Midlands region throughout the summer."
bmibaby is the largest carrier at Birmingham International operating over 350 weekly flights to and from the airport this summer. The addition of the new route to Warsaw brings the total number of destinations from the airport to 24.
The airline has recently launched services to the beautiful city of Krakow from Birmingham, and already serves the capital city Warsaw and the gateway to the Baltic coast, Gdansk from its bases at Cardiff International and East Midlands airports.