bmi Regional is now offering customers the option to fly from Edinburgh, East Midlands and Leeds Bradford to a host of European destinations, by transferring through Brussels Airport.
bmi customers can now fly into Brussels and connect with nearly twenty European cities, including: Bilbao, Barcelona, Nice, Geneva, Lyon, Marseille, Warsaw, Madrid, Toulouse, Rome and Krakow.
Brussels Airport is very well equipped for transferring passengers and offers a convenient alternative to the busy hubs of London Heathrow, Paris and Amsterdam. By working closely with Star Alliance member airline ‘Brussels Airlines’, bmi has adjusted timetables and introduced a host of new codeshare destinations, in order to provide a stress-free service to Europe. Book with bmi now!
We highlight five of these great destinations:
Sat between the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees, Barcelona has both beaches and skiing within easy reach. Often considered Europe’s coolest city it’s an artistic and fashionable place, always lively and fun. The nightlife is busy, the shopping superb and there are dozens of museums for culture lovers.
The third largest city in France, Lyon is bursting with history, excellent architecture and exceptional food. Claiming to be the French capital of gastronomy, it has given birth to such famed foods as Coq au Vin and Salad Lyonnaise amongst other delicious dishes.
Close to the French border (the airport even has a French sector) Geneva airport is an ideal landing point for skiers and snowboarders, offering the choice of over 100 ski resorts within two hours’ drive. One of the closest is Lelex, a small resort served by 13 ski lifts, ideal for families and beginners, and at the other end of the scale – Morzine, part of Les Portes Du Soleil ski area, a huge interlinked domain offering some 650 different pistes, served by over 200 ski lifts.
This city goes off with a bang in December with a cracking Christmas market held in the main square. Quaff mulled wine and browse stalls selling Baltic amber jewellery and woollen slippers from the Polish highlands.
A favourite of Europe’s culture vultures, Warsaw has all the class at half the cost, when compared to other European cities. Praised for its compact size, Warsaw has an excellent selection of museums, galleries and heritage sites; cultural highlights include the Palace of Culture and Science – Poland’s tallest building and an imposing example of Stalinist architecture – and the Polish National Opera.