Bmi will postpone its planned services to the US from London Heathrow, which it expected to start when the EU-US open skies agreement takes effect, to at least 2009 owing to continuing operational difficulties at LHR that may be exacerbated by the reorganization scheduled to follow the March opening of the new Terminal 5, Chairman Michael Bishop told The Times. He said transfer traffic has declined at LHR as passengers look to avoid the long lines and delays plaguing the airport. The ...

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