#821190 by joeyc
25 Aug 2012, 12:40
That's an interesting idea.... suppose they have to fill flights somehow. I wonder if they will get a commission for pushing people onto the likes of Ryanair and Monarch... ?|
#821207 by honey lamb
25 Aug 2012, 15:14
Derby Flyer wrote:Sorry to see Baby go. Have spent many hours on various flights over the years. One of the better loco's in my opinion.

I totally agree
#823188 by catcat24
08 Sep 2012, 13:14
Flew with Baby the first time I went to Las Vegas. It was the best flight I have ever had. Hope my first flight on Virgin next March is as good although with the comments on here I doubt it! RIP Baby!
#823287 by AlanA
09 Sep 2012, 13:19
Last flights are today
WW5967 EMA 1535 ALC 1920 - WW5968 ALC 1955 EMA 2145
WW5329 EMA 1605 AGP 2005 - WW5330 AGP 2045 EMA 2245

Good airline, shame to see it go
#824430 by mcuth
20 Sep 2012, 07:26
Sealink wrote:And hello!



Ahhh, I did get a tad confused yesterday with the announcement of BMI Regional flying BRS-ABZ, that would explain it :)

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