**Please note, BMI Baby is no longer trading**
BMI Baby ceased trading in September 2012, following a takeover over BMI by IAG. If you want to find similarly priced deals to the locations formerly served by this airline, you should look for flights provided by EasyJet, Monarch and Jet2.com.
The former low-cost subsidiary of BMI
The low-cost carrier BMI Baby was a subsidiary of BMI (British Midlands International), and offered cheap flights to 36 destinations throughout Europe. BMI Baby provided a value service to holiday spots in the Mediterranean and popular cities for weekend breaks, as well as departures to regional airports around the country. The company operated from East Midlands from the launch of BMI, with BMI Baby also having bases in Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff.
BMI Baby provided an all-economy class of seat, with limited on-board services, and a range of amenities such as drinks, snacks, toys and gifts available for purchase whilst flying. The budget airline offered a number of optional services for an additional charge - such as online seat choice and check-in, and Executive Lounges for passenger's convenience, as well as the benefits of the BMI Diamond Club Frequent Flyer programme.
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