British Midland

British midland may refer to:

  • British Midland Airways Limited, also referred to as bmi and formerly as British Midland
  • The English Midlands, the central region of Great Britain

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Donington Hall - History
... The hall was requisitioned at the start of World War I by the British government and turned into a prisoner of war camp ... a Communist regime in Hungary, became a refugee camp for those who came to the East Midlands ... were our allies, their sufferings caused through loyalty to our cause.” In 1976, British Midland Airways purchased the hall from the Shields family, then ...
AirUK - History - Reorganisation and Renewed Expansion
... That year also saw Air UK joining forces with British Midland to form Manx Airlines, a new, jointly owned regional subsidiary based on the Isle of Man ... British Midland, which owned the remaining 75%, was the senior partner.) Air UK and British Midland hoped that transferring their loss-making Isle of Man ... schemes.) Reintroduction of jet equipment enabled Air UK to assume British Caledonian's regional operation between Glasgow, Newcastle and Amsterdam at the start ...
BMI (airline)
... British Midland Airways Limited (trading as bmi or British Midland International) was an airline with its head office in Donington Hall in Castle Donington, close to East Midlands Airport ... Group (IAG) in April 2012 and was merged into British Airways (BA) by 27 October 2012 ... British Midland Airways Limited held a Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence, permitting it to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or ...
BMI (airline) - History - BMI
... British Midland launched a new corporate identity in 2001, rebranding the airline as BMI British Midland, officially British Midland International ... Services to Riyadh followed, commencing on 1 September 2005, after British Airways ceased to serve Saudi Arabia earlier that year ... In February 2007 BMI bought British Mediterranean Airways (BMED), a British Airways franchise partner, and as a result gained access to new markets in Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia that were ...

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