Bmi will reduce its London Heathrow-Dublin service from seven-times-daily to four at the start of the summer schedule, ending the necessity to base an A319 at DUB and putting 33 cabin staff "at risk of redundancy," it said in a statement cited by Irish media. The aircraft will be transferred to bmi's LHR operation and the DUB crew base will be closed. "Currently, bmi flight operations between Dublin and London Heathrow requires one aircraft to be based at Dublin and one at Heathrow, with the ...

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