bmi regional grows Munich network

Munich Airport celebrated the start of bmi regional’s services to

Munich Airport celebrated the start of bmi regional’s services to Rostock by handing out its traditional heart-shaped cookies. Services will operate six times weekly according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Celebrating before the inaugural departure from Munich are: Martin Laubenthal, Director Traffic Development, Munich Airport; Marco Götz, Group Head of Procurement Hub Munich, Lufthansa; bmi regional crew member; Benjamin Caja, Sales Manager, bmi regional; Oliver Dersch, VP Traffic Development, Munich Airport; and Jochen Schnadt, CCO, bmi regional.

Celebrating the start of bmi regional’s services from Munich at Rostock Airport with cake are: A passenger on the inaugural flight; Jochen Schnadt, CCO bmi regional; Christian Pegel, Minister for Energy, Infrastructure and State Development of the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern; and Dr. Rainer Schwarz, MD Rostock Airport. Services on the 620-kilometre German domestic link will operate six times weekly.

Milan/Bergamo Airport celebrated the start of bmi regional’s services from Munich

Milan/Bergamo Airport celebrated the start of bmi regional’s services from Munich with a traditional cake-cutting ceremony. Flights between the two airports will operate daily according to OAG Schedules Analyser data with the carrier using its 37-seat ERJ 135s on the route.

  • bmi regional celebrated the start of two new routes from Munich (MUC) on 31 March. The regional carrier commenced services on the 620-kilometre domestic sector to Rostock (RLG) and also on the 336-kilometre link to Milan/Bergamo (BGY). Services to Rostock will be flown by the carrier’s fleet of 49-seat ERJ 145s while Milan/Bergamo will be served by its fleet of 37-seat ERJ 135s according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. Neither route will face direct competition. Commenting on the launch of bmi regional’s services from the Italian airport, Jochen Schnadt, CCO of bmi regional stated: “We are thrilled to be bringing our brand with its professional and reliable service to the new market of Milan/Bergamo to Munich for both business and leisure travel. Munich is now our largest hub in the heart of Europe with a total of eight routes and more than 160 weekly flights this summer. In addition, our customers can take advantage of our partnership with Lufthansa offering excellent worldwide connections via the award-winning Munich Terminal 2.” Vote for Milan/Bergamo and Rostock airports cakes in this week’s competition. Vote for Milan/Bergamo and Rostock airports FTWAs in this week’s competition.

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