BMI - Companies and Organizations

Companies and Organizations

  • bmi, trading symbol for British Midland International, an airline of the United Kingdom
    • bmi baby, a defunct low-cost airline, subsidiary of British Midland International
    • bmi regional, a regional airline, subsidiary of British Midland International
  • BMI, the IATA code for the Central Illinois Regional Airport
  • BMI, acronym for Broadcast Music, Inc., a collecting society for composers' copyrights
    • BMI Foundation, a non-profit organization founded Broadcast Music Incorporated
  • BMI Gaming, also known as BMI Worldwide, a global amusement products firm
  • BMI Healthcare, a British healthcare company
  • Baltimore Museum of Industry
  • Bank Melli Iran, the first national Iranian bank
  • Birmingham and Midland Institute, not to be confused with the Birmingham Medical Institute, England
  • Bundesministerium des Innern, the German Federal Ministry of the Interior
  • Bureau of Military Information, a historic Union Army agency during the American Civil War

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