The Graz flight will commence on 27 February 2017, initially with a twice weekly service on Mondays and Fridays, increasing to four times weekly in March. The Nuremberg and Gothenburg routes will launch on 8 May 2017, with six return flights per week.
Austria’s second largest city, Graz lies on the River Mur and is twinned with the Midlands city of Coventry. Being culturally important, Graz was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage sites in 1999.
The Bavarian city of Nuremberg is the second largest city in the region after Munich. Nuremberg is dominated by the imposing gothic style castle which towers over the city. There is a vast arts and culture scene in the city and a host of museums dedicated to design, painting and modern art. Nuremberg will be bmi regional’s 7th destination in Germany.
Just two hours’ flying time from Birmingham, Gothenburg is Sweden’s second city and remains a popular mini break destination thanks to its fabulous food, eclectic culture and vibrant nightlife. Gothenburg will be bmi regional’s 4th destination in Sweden.
“We are delighted to be introducing flights from Birmingham as part of our ever expanding portfolio” said Jochen Schnadt, Chief Commercial Officer from bmi regional, commenting on the new launches. “bmi regional has always offered customers an array of up and coming destinations to explore and enjoy, and we anticipate all three routes to be popular. Given the many issues we are facing in different parts of Europe and the world these days, many people are looking for new experiences in more familiar regions and our new destinations have an abundance of interesting and exciting experiences to offer to customers. We’re also happy to once again be bringing the bmi regional level of quality, convenience, service and professionalism to travellers from the Midlands.”
All fares include complimentary in flight drinks and snacks, 23kg of hold luggage, allocated seating and speedy 30 minute check-ins.
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