Bmibaby.com ended flying operations in 2012.
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Bmibaby, also known as Bmibaby.com, was a British low-cost airline that flew to destinations in the UK and Europe from its bases at Birmingham and East Midlands airport. Bmibaby flew to many destinations including Jersey, Dubrovnik, Prague, Nice, Gibraltar, Malta, Alghero, Naples, Rome, Venice, Verona, Alicante, Almeria, Ibiza, Malaga, Minorca, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca and many others.
Bmibaby's fleet consisted of B737-300 and B737-500.
Following the takeover of BMI and its subsidiaries by IAG in April 2012, it was announced on 3 May 2012 that Bmibaby would be shut down in September 2012, with many flights ceasing to operate with effect from 11 June. Bmibaby's final flight, from Málaga to East Midlands, operated on 9 September 2012.
Bmibaby offered a buy on board programme with a variety of items to purchase including scratch-cards, tax-free shopping and onboard drinks and snacks. The shopping range included items such as jewellery and fragrances, gifts and travel accessories. On non-EU flights, duty-free priced cigarettes and spirits could be purchased. Drinks and snack items included hot and cold drinks, alcoholic and soft drinks as well as crisps, sandwiches and confectionery. The drinks and snack menu was named the Tiny Bites menu.
The Bmibaby inflight magazine was known as Yeah baby!. The majority of Bmibaby's cabins had shaded blue leather seating with a 29/30" seat pitch. Extra legroom seats could be found on the front rows and on over-wing exit rows of all the Bmibaby 737 aircraft.