BMI will stop all of its Manchester long-haul flights early next year, and transfer its two Airbus A330s to other routes. Flights to Chicago are already discontinued, effective in January, while flights to Antigua, Las Vegas and Barbados will be kept until after Easter in April 2009. The airline has been operating long-haul routes from Manchester since 2001 when it took delivery of its first A330. The services “have never performed to the levels that we had hoped, and we see little ...


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