November 2022, Virtual
21 November 2022, Hilton London Metropole
BMI BABY, established in 2002 and Britain”s second largest no frills airline, is to further expand in the autumn with the delivery of three additional Boeing 737s increasing the fleet from 16 to 19 aircraft. During 2005 the budget arm of BMI, which has its own AOC, plans to carry close to 4m passengers on more than 50 UK and European routes, from five UK bases. Over the coming months the airline will be working with its existing airports to identify where the new aircraft will be based and which routes they will be flying. bmi Baby is now run by David Bryon who replaced Tony Davis when he departed to join Singapore-based Tiger Airways.