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BMI (airline) - History - BMI
... BMI operated a service to Mumbai from London Heathrow between May 2005 until October 2006, after the UK and India concluded amendments to their bilateral ... In 2007 the airline launched non-stop services from its Heathrow hub to Cairo and Amman, raising the airline's profile in the Middle East significantly ... The two Airbus A330 aircraft based there were moved to Heathrow ...
London Heathrow Terminal 1
... London Heathrow Terminal 1 is an airport terminal at London Heathrow Airport, serving the capital city of London, used primarily by British Airways and Star Alliance ...
Southern Cross Route - Operations
... Barcelona, Madrid and Rome Air Canada Sydney Vancouver London Heathrow Toronto Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, London-Heathrow, Munich, Paris-CD ...
1World - Membership History - Subsidiaries and Franchises – Part 1 - Swiss International Air Lines
... operations between Switzerland and the United Kingdom with codesharing on Swiss' London Heathrow routes ... British Airways would support a CHF50 million credit facility to Swiss, secured against London Heathrow's slots ... agreement on 22 October and began with shared operations between London Heathrow and three Swiss cities, included Basel, Geneva, and Zurich ...
London Heathrow Terminal 4
... London Heathrow Terminal 4 is an airport terminal at London Heathrow Airport, serving the British capital city of London and situated to the south of the southern runway, next to the cargo terminal ... It is connected to Heathrow Terminals 1, 2 and 3 by the vehicular Heathrow Cargo Tunnel, and by rail with the Heathrow Terminal 4 tube station and Heathrow Terminal 4 railway station ... It became the Heathrow base for airlines of the SkyTeam airline alliance after British Airways vacated Terminal 4 on 29 October 2009 and moved to Terminal 5 ...

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