Emirates will increase passenger capacity by 22 per cent at Birmingham from 1 September 2010 when it introduces a larger Boeing 777-300ER onto one of its two daily services to Dubai.
The carrier will introduce the 442-seat Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) aircraft on its evening flight – offering 78 more seats per day than the aircraft currently operating this flight.
For information and reservations, contact Emirates on 0844 800 2777 or visit www.emirates.com/uk
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The first Aer Arann and Aer Lingus franchise flight to Shannon has taken to the skies from Birmingham, providing six direct flights per week, starting from £29.99 one way including taxes. For further flight information and to make a booking visit www.aerlingus.com
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Birmingham Airport has awarded a Midlands-based Beekeeper’s Association a vital grant to purchase equipment to enable them to artificially inseminate bees in an attempt to increase the UK’s bee population.
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During May, Birmingham Airport handled 788,799 travellers through its two terminals, including 593,057 scheduled passengers and 195,742 charter passengers.
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Residents and businesses located close to, or looking to relocate near Birmingham Airport can now use Google Earth to find out about its flight paths, noise insulation scheme, air quality monitoring and other environmental programmes the Airport offers.
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