bmibaby has announced that it will cease flying and is winding down its operations over the next few months.
Some services from Birmingham (to Amsterdam, Belfast and Knock) and East Midlands (to Amsterdam, Belfast, Edinburgh, Geneva, Glasgow, Newquay, Nice and Paris) will also be discontinued.
All remaining routes will cease to operate on 9 September 2012.
According to the BBC, bmibaby is losing about £25m per year. Following its sale to owner’s IAG, the decision was made to cut the loses.
All bmibaby passengers are entitles to a full refund and passengers should receive an email from the airline explaining the procedure.
bmibaby has said that it will try to book passengers on an alternative bmibaby service where possible. It is not able to transfer passengers to alternative airlines (including bmi or BA).
Other airlines such as Monarch, easyJet and Jet2 have said they may replace some of the cancelled routes, but passengers would have to buy a new ticket.
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Or call the bmibaby helpline on: 0844 245 0055.
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