Aberdeen has a rich history dating back almost 8000 years and is also Europe's energy capital and home to many big players in the oil and gas industry.
We fly to Aberdeen from Bristol, Esbjerg, Manchester, Norwich and Oslo.
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The prosperity of Bristol was historically linked with the sea via its bustling port, but in recent years the original docks have been regenerated as a centre of culture and heritage.
We fly to Bristol from Aberdeen, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich.
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Brussels is the largest city in Belgium. As home to the European Union HQ, the city has a great multicultural atmosphere.
We fly to Brussels from East Midlands and Newcastle.
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Based in the centre of England, East Midlands airport is located between Derby, Nottingham and Leicester making it a perfect base for business.
We fly to East Midlands from Brussels.
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Gothenburg is Sweden’s second-largest city, and not to forget Scandinavia’s largest harbour.The city boasts many Michelin star seafood restaurants, world-class events and a picturesque archipelago on its doorstep.
We fly from Birmingham, Stavanger and Kalmar to Gothenburg.
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Kalmar is a great place for both a holiday break with sun and swimming, whilst retaining a small town charm. There are plenty of restaurants, pubs, shops and galleries and lots to explore in the area.
We fly to Kalmar from Berlin and Gothenburg.
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Karlstad in Sweden is the largest city in the Varmland county. As Karlstad is located near Lake Vänern, it’s a great location for a relaxing break.
We fly from Frankfurt to Karlstad.
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Manchester was once a thriving centre of industry in the north of England. Now, its a vibrant city with a strong sporting culture.
We fly to Manchester from Aberdeen.
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bmi regional flies to Munich, the capital of Bavaria from Bristol. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, and is for famous for its historic architecture, university and artistic culture.
We fly to Munich from Bristol.
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Rotterdam, The Netherland’s second city, has a long maritime history with one of the largest ports in the world.
We will fly to Munich from Rotterdam starting on 29 March 2015.
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Stavanger is rich in culture as well as having stunning views of mountains and beaches.
We fly to Stavanger from Gothenburg.
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Berlin is the capital of Germany and has an array of things to do from the best museums to the grand opera, the Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall and the stunning Reichstag.
We fly from Kalmar to Berlin.
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Birmingham, the UK’s second city, has a rich industrial heritage which has undergone huge redevelopment in the last few decades, transforming the city into one of England’s most trendy and vibrant destinations. Explore the canals, paved with funky bars and restaurants or indulge in some retail therapy by visiting Harvey Nicholls or Selfridges – the choice is yours!
You can fly to Birmingham from Gothenburg.
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Bremen is the third most populous city in Northern Germany, with history stretching back to the 9th century. Its town hall and guildhall ooze baroque and renaissance features and are a must see when visiting this historic city. Bremen’s harbour is one of the largest in Europe, not surprising given its original status as a Hanseatic League City, and Bremen Airport is 3.5km from the city centre - the closest airport to any city centre in Germany.
We fly to Bremen Sunday to Friday from Toulouse.
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Esbjerg was founded from nothing in 1868 after a harbour was built there. Once Denmark’s busiest fishing harbour, it is still a driving force of the local economy.
We fly to Esbjerg from Aberdeen 6 times a week.
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Frankfurt is Germany’s business and finance centre and home to the country’s largest airport. It’s a city of contrasts and mixes heritage with modern culture and design.
We fly to Frankfurt direct from Bristol and Karlstad.
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The German city of Hamburg is situated on the river Elbe and its port is the second largest in Europe. Stunning architecture, shopping and seafood make this city a great tourist destination and media, shipping and engineering thrive to make up the bulk of its buoyant economy.
We fly to Hamburg from Bristol.
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bmi regional flies to Milan, the second largest city in Italy. Milan is the main industrial, commercial and financial centre of Italy, host to the Italian Stock Exchange and the headquarters of the largest banks and companies.
We fly to Milan from Bristol.
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Norwich has over 1500 medieval buildings and the picturesque Norfolk Broads, Britain’s largest protected wetlands, are on its doorstep.
We fly to Norwich from Aberdeen up to twice daily.
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Oslo is the capital city of Norway with the city life, as well as easy access to the outdoors.
We fly from Aberdeen to Oslo.
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Newcastle is located on the north of the River Tyne and is full of culture, heritage, architecture and fantastic shopping.
We fly to Newcastle from Brussels.
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Toulouse is the fourth largest city in France, and the capital of the Midi-Pyrenees region, the largest in France. The Old Town of Toulouse has the nick name of Ville Rose, named after its brickwork and is an absolute must see for all visiting this amazing city.
We fly to Toulouse from Bremen Monday to Saturday.
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