bmi Renovates Web Space for Agents

To streamline it’s interactions with U.S. based travel agents, bmi has changed and revamped its website.

With the renovated web space up and running, agents can now find flights, schedules, ticket information, GDS assistance, and deals online.  Information on bmi’s commission program will also be posted on the site (www.flybmi-agent.com), with the company currently offering 5 percent to IATA agents on tickets from the U.S. to Russia and the CIS, the Middle East and Africa.

“We pride ourselves on continually striving to meet the needs of the travel agent community and our trade site is their best bmi resource.  Not only will it be their initial go-to resource, it’s also a place to discover new and innovative promotions and offers for them as well as their clientele,” said Ken Connor, bmi’s Marketing Manager for the Americas.

As one of the major carriers operating out of London Heathrow’s Terminal 1, bmi, or “better for business airline,” flies to over 40 destinations across the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Visit  www.flybmi-agent.com.

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