I see what you mean, I just tried BRS - Shanghai in May no results. But also tried Kuala Lumpur this time it brings up dates but no flight prices.tpm said:Thanks alphagolf. I was actually looking for connecting flights though. I tried Bristol-Vancouver, Bristol-Singapore, and Bristol-Sofia for dates in May and September. Guess I'll try again next week.
That seems to be the implication. In another part of this website someone was questioning the viability of bmi regional as an airline recently. A substantial number of routes have have been started then axed in the past year around the country and abroad.The winter schedule has been released with no Milan flights after October. Has it been dropped?
which might indicate more routes or higher frequencies on existing routes.Over the past year, bmi regional has recruited twelve cabin crew and has plans to boost the base by 30 per cent in coming months
I've been wondering about bmi regional and Paris although they might believe that easyJet would quickly trump them with increased rotations of their own.Perhaps they are going to do cdg twice a day instead of milan. cdg crying out for another operator..
The raw passenger numbers are publicly available on the CAA website each month and as bmi regional is the sole operator on the routes it flies from BRS the figures always relate to it alone.sinse the code share with LH, was wondering if the pax loads have increased at all.or is this a sensative information, for bmi/LW to know and not shared.
I posted the above on Friday 30 May this year.The morning Frankfurt and Hamburg rotations did not appear to operate today although the evening ones did.
The morning flights were not shown on the BRS website, Mayfly nor on BBC Ceefax today. I've checked the next two Fridays on the bmi regional website and both daily rotations to both destinations are bookable.
Thanks for that, tpm. I wondered about that with Friday 30 May but it appeared then that there was a public holiday the day before.It's a public holiday in many parts of Germany (Pfingstmontag, Pentecost), so maybe the demand for the early morning rotation just wasn't there and/or they're operating on a Sunday schedule instead.
Incidentally, there's still no availability after October for the scheduled MXP on the bmi regional website so it looks as though it has been axed, at least for the winter. Let's hope that unlike the Hannover it returns next summer.On Mondays the scheduled daily BMA 1815 from BRS to MXP which leaves BRS at 1130 is complemented for some reason by a BMA 8502 which departs BRS at 0930 for MXP.
Similarly on Fridays a BMA 8503 arrives from MXP at BRS at 1700, one hour after the scheduled daily BMA 1816.