first_imgUK-based airline bmi will launch new flights to Tel Aviv from the UK beginning next month. A new non-stop service between London Heathrow Airport and the Israeli city will be launched from March 30th.The services will operate out of the airport’s Terminal 1 and will add to the flights along the route that were launched last year.Bmi also announced that business class and premium economy travellers will be offered additional perks on the route from May 3rd.Peter Spencer, managing director of bmi, said: “We are giving our customers a real choice with greater flexibility especially for those connecting regionally from within the UK and/or flying onward to the USA.”Our A330 aircraft features an excellent Business Class service, including fully flat beds and complimentary Chauffeur Drive on selected fares as well as our world leading Premium Economy seats with 50 inches of legroom, 12 inches more than competitors.”Last month, the carrier announced that it is set to launch new flights from London Heathrow to the Ukrainian capital of Kiev five times per week. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedCheap UK flights to Vienna launched by bmibmi has announced new flights to Vienna from London HeathrowLaunch of cheap flights to Berlin from Heathrow this monthCheap flights to Berlin from London Heathrow are being launched by bmiNew Moscow-Tomsk route set for winter launchTransaero Airlines is set to launch daily flights between Moscow and Tomsk.last_img

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