Bmi is introducing at London Heathrow what it calls "Europe's first modular airline service," which will see the carrier switch to a single-class service with paid-for catering onboard and e-enabled ground services. Simultaneously, bmi will launch three fare types--tiny, standard and premium--giving three levels of flexibility and service. "For the first time, true low-cost fares will be available from Heathrow, with bmibaby's 'tiny' fares available on bmi flights. These low-cost fares will ...

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