Facts about bmibaby
bmibaby was the low-cost arm of bmi and was one of the largest British low-cost carriers. Their main base was at Nottingham East Midlands.
They began operations in March 2002 with a free flight offer - they were the first low-cost airline to offer completely free flights (even the taxes were paid). In June 2005, they began bmibaby seats on 'regular' European bmi flights.
Unlike some of the other larger low-cost airlines, bmibaby allowed passengers to pre-book their, or select their seats at check-in.
Following the takeover by BMI in April 2012, it was announced that bmibaby would cease flying in September 2012.
There are currently no low-cost airline routes operated by bmibaby.
bmibaby is no longer operating low-cost flights. You may wish to view the index of all routes to see if an alternative airline can satisfy your flight requirements.