BMI

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  • noun

Synonyms for BMI

a measure of someone's weight in relation to height

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It has emerged that Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic has held takeover talks with UK airline bmi British Midland.
WASHINGTON and CHICAGO -- bmi british midland has appointed William (Bill) Schachte as its director of sales, east region located in Washington, DC.
Sainsbury's has teamed up with companies such as BMI British Midland and Virgin Atlantic for the scheme.
The jobs gloom was worsened when bmi british midland announced that up to 600 staff are to go because of the reduction in air travel since the US terrorist attacks.
The agreement also prevents United's partner airline, bmi british midland of the U.
It was rebranded BMI British Midland in 2001, which was subsequently shortened to BMI two years later.
Bmi can trace its origins to 1949, when founded as Derby Aviation Limited, the airline name British Midland did not start until 1964, becoming bmi British Midland in 2001 and later bmi.
It is understand that some or all of the other five - British Airways, Thompsonfly, Monarch, MyTravel and bmi British Midland - could also be involved in a consortium.
Bmi can trace its origins back to 1938, although the airline named British Midland did not start until 1964, becoming bmi British Midland in 2001 and later just bmi.
The firm handles checkin, baggage and aircraft towing for airlines such as BMI British Midland, Air Canada and Lufthansa.
A Sunday newspaper said members of The Airline Group, which is made up of British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, BMI British Midland, easy Jet, MyTravel Airways, Monarch and Thomsonfly, were looking at offloading the group's 42% share of Nats it acquired in 2001.
bmi british midland and United Airlines are seeking government approval for an alliance covering flights from London's Heathrow airport to the US.
AIRLINE TALKS: AIRLINE bmi British Midland said talks on closer co-operation with competitors would not scupper a new deal it has made with Teesside Airport, described by airport managing director Hugh Lang, left, as one of the most significant developments in the history of the airport.
But the airport has also seen British Airways withdraw as it cuts capacity while bmi British Midland has scaled down its operations.
Loganair ran its first Sunday flights from Inverness and Edinburgh to Stornoway last week and BMI British Midland is to start direct Sunday flights to Stornoway from Edinburgh later today.