bmibaby cancels selected flights to and from Ireland and Scotland on 5th May
Wednesday 5, May 2010
Safety is bmibaby's number one priority and the decision to cancel selected flights to and from Ireland and Scotland is based on continuing advice from the Met Office and NATS (air traffic control).
These organisations are tracking a cloud of ash which is currently moving through Irish and Scottish airspace and affecting all airlines flying to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Wednesday 5th May 2010
WW1021 Birmingham - Belfast Intl
WW1022 Belfast Intl - Birmingham
WW1023 Birmingham – Belfast Intl
WW1024 Belfast Intl – Birmingham
WW3501 Manchester - Belfast Intl
WW3502 Belfast Intl - Manchester
WW3503 Manchester – Belfast Intl
WW3504 Belfast Intl – Manchester
WW5191 East Midlands - Edinburgh
WW5192 Edinburgh - East Midlands
WW5821 East Midlands - Glasgow
WW5822 Glasgow - East Midlands
WW5823 East Midlands – Glasgow
WW5824 Glasgow – East Midlands
WW5193 East Midlands – Edinburgh
WW5194 Edinburgh – East Midlands
WW5603 East Midlands – Belfast Intl
WW5604 Belfast Intl – East Midlands
WW2003 Cardiff – Edinburgh
WW2004 Edinburgh – Cardiff
Bmibaby will endeavour to operate the following flights as scheduled, however, please continue to check their website for further updates before departing for the airport:
WW5825 East Midlands – Glasgow
WW5826 Glasgow – East Midlands
WW5195 East Midlands – Edinburgh
WW5196 Edinburgh – East Midlands
Customers whose flights are cancelled can transfer to the next available flight free of charge within 21 days of the original flight date, subject to availability.
bmibaby's reservations centre is open from 0800 until 2100, please call: 0844 2450055. For customers calling from outside the UK please call +44 8458 101100.
Alternatively if customers do not wish to transfer to an alternative flight and would like to apply for a refund they can write to: bmibaby customer relations, PO Box 737, Castle Donington, Derby, DE74 2XP.
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