Bmi Group is buying five A330s and five A321s to support its "strategy of developing new mid-haul and long-haul routes from London Heathrow," the carrier announced yesterday. The five A330s are worth approximately $500 million, bmi said, and will join three already in service with the carrier. First delivery is scheduled for next spring. The A321s, valued at $250 million, will feature on a short-/medium-haul network boosted by the February acquisition of British Mediterranean. No engine ...

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