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bmibaby announces new Birmingham to Madrid route

12th September 2007 Print
bmibaby, the low fares airline and the largest carrier in the Midlands, has announced the launch of a new four times a week service to Madrid from Birmingham International Airport. bmibaby is the only airline flying to the vibrant Spanish capital city from the West Midlands region.

Fares start from just £24.99 one way including taxes and charges and are on sale now. Flights commence on 7th December 2007 bringing the total number of destinations served by bmibaby at Birmingham International Airport to 22.

Madrid is one of eight new destinations that bmibaby will fly to for winter 2007 from the airport: including Barcelona, Faro, Glasgow (Intl), Jersey, Lisbon, Murcia and Rome (Fiumicino).

David Hodge, marketing director, bmibaby, said:

“It’s great to be able to announce another new route from Birmingham Airport with the launch of our new four times a week service to Madrid, the capital of Spain.

“Madrid is such a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that will appeal to people of all ages, whether it’s a cultural weekend break or somewhere to party the night away.

“With fares starting from just £24.99 one way including taxes and charges, there are some real bargains to be had.”

Peter Vella, Business Development Director, Birmingham International Airport, said:

"It's fantastic news that the service to Madrid is being reinstated by bmibaby. This popular European capital destination is ideal for business passengers and for leisure travellers seeking a city break. It's great to see bmibaby cementing their position at Birmingham and we look forward to continuing to work with them to make this route a success."

bmibaby has been embarking on a rapid expansion program at Birmingham with more exciting news to be announced shortly.

Flights to Madrid depart from Birmingham International Airport on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

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