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Published on : Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Following the recent additions of Paris and Dusseldorf from Bristol – and the soon-to-launch service to the French city of Nantes (launching 4 July) – bmi regional now offers a record eight routes from the South West this summer.
The airline says the increased number of routes available – combined with bmi regional’s excellent punctuality record, its generous 20kg of checked baggage per person, full at-seat bar and snack service and 30-minute check-in – is proving a real pull for passengers who want great value for money, a choice of destinations as well as the option of flying from their local airport.
bmi regional’s destinations from Bristol are:
Paris – from £59pp one way
Perfect for anyone who loves culture, romance and history, fancies themselves sipping champagne while enjoying the magnificent views from the Eiffel Tower or admiring da Vinci’s masterpiece, Mona Lisa, at the Louvre Museum. Paris is also a shopping haven, with trendy boutiques and the exclusive department store Galleries Lafayette. Plus, it’s easy to hop on a train to Disneyland Paris.
Dusseldorf – from £79pp one way
A casual walk along the Rhine is a great way to discover Dusseldorf – a modern, cosmopolitan city and popular cultural destination, with museums, theatres, restaurants and a buzzing atmosphere. The Rhine embankment promenade links the modern Medien Hafen to the traditional Altstadt-Old Town – where most of the cultural venues are found. Beer fans can sample the unique taste of Dusseldorf’s Altbier.
Aberdeen – from £69pp one way
Aberdeen boasts rich maritime traditions, Whisky distilleries, unspoilt countryside, dramatic coastline and crumbling castles in an area steeped in history. Visitors can also enjoy world-class golf courses, amazing wildlife and Scotland’s largest national park, all set against the backdrop of stunning scenery.
Frankfurt – from £79pp one way
Germany’s business and finance centre is a city of contrasts, mixing heritage with modern culture and design. The Staedel Museum is one of Germany’s oldest art museums, while the Römerberg has been the site of markets, fairs, tournaments, festivals and coronations since the 9th century.
Hamburg – from £89pp one way
Hamburg, on the River Elbe, is home to the second largest port in Europe, with grandiose architecture, a planetarium and internationally regarded shopping district. The port city is well-known for its seafood, with many fish restaurants to suit all budgets, from Michelin-starred eateries to casual pit-stops.
Milan – from 79pp one way
Italy’s second largest city is a thriving commercial and financial centre as well as a huge sporting, fashion and cultural hub, with world-famous attractions such as La Scala Opera, Milan Fashion Week, two football teams (Inter and AC) and the Monza F1 race track. Its galleries include some of the most famous paintings in the world and its buildings include Palazzo Belgiojoso, the former residence of Napoleon.
Munich – from £79pp one way
Munich, the capital of – and gateway to – Bavaria, is modern yet traditional and has an almost Mediterranean charm, where visitors feel at once welcome and safe. The city is regularly voted as the place where most Germans would like to live. There is something exciting going on all year round: from opera festivals to Bayern Munich football matches and gallery openings.
Nantes – from £79 one way
Nantes, located on the Loire River in one of the most beautiful regions in Europe, is France’s sixth-largest city, with museums, historical landmarks and churches. Explore the harbour area and the river with a cruise, or make use of the two water bus services. A must-visit is the Château des Ducs de Bretagne (Castle of the Dukes of Brittany), which now hosts the Nantes History Museum.
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