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  • RhysD
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Feb 2005
    • 169

    bmi MME-LHR

    Does anyone have any details of the Durham Tees Valley-Heathrow route; route flown, gates used, aircraft used etc.?
  • A330-300
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Dec 2005
    • 1676

    #2
    bmi have served the route since 1969, making it the longest served from LHR.

    The DC-9 was the mainstay of the route for many years. The DC-9s were replaced by Fokker 100s in 1996, and Boeing 737-500s also became a familiar sight on the route. The 737s were transferred to bmibaby a couple of years ago, and the Fokker 100s were recently retired from the fleet, leaving a mix of Airbus A319 / A320s to operate the route.

    bmi also have a business class lounge at the airport.

    Aviance check in bmi's passengers.
    Got that from A.Net.
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    • lbaspotter
      lbaspotters.net
      • May 2004
      • 784

      #3
      Hi

      bmi MME-LHR route is now operated by 3 times daily Weekdays. Flights flights are operated by the LHR based Embrear 145 While the over nighting Flight is operated by the Airbus A319's

      Most weekend flights on the MME-LHR route are operated by Embrears as well. Currently bmibaby have two base aircraft at MME. 1 X B737-300 and a B737-500.
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