July 20, 2011
July 20, 2011
British Midland International (Bmi) announced, on Tuesday, that it will lunch in October new flights linking London Heathrow to Agadir, Air and Business Travel News website reported. Bmi will start twice-weekly flights, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. It already operates flights to two other destinations in Morocco, Marrakech and Casablanca.
From October 1st, the Star Alliance member will be increasing its flights to Marrakech from three to five per week.
Joerg Hennemann, Chief Commercial Officer, bmi, commented: “The addition of Agadir will enable us to meet the increasing demand from both corporate and leisure customers. Agadir is a vibrant city on the Atlantic coast renowned for its year round climate, enjoying over 300 days of sunshine per year. Its unspoilt charm and location near the foot of the Atlas Mountains means whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or something more adventurous the area has something for everyone.”
According to a company press release, bmi will offer a full service Business Class and Economy cabin with conveniently timed schedules for both business and leisure customers. Seating in the Business Class cabin will be in a 2-2 configuration, with the middle seat kept free to offer more space to work or just to relax. A full Business Class service, including hot meals and a fully stocked bar service will be served on all flights.
Customers in Economy will enjoy bmi’s full service benefits such as free checked baggage to a total weight of 20kg and a complimentary food and beverage service, including full bar, throughout the day.
Source: Air & Business Travel News/ The Views From Fez
Credit Picture: bestflights.co.za