bmi regional partners with Sixt and

From 26 September 2016, passengers will be able to book flights, car hire and accommodation via bmi regional’s website thanks to the airline’s new exclusive partnerships with Sixt and
Direct links from will enable passengers to enjoy up to 15% off a variety of vehicles and other upcoming ground transport solutions with Sixt. The airline’s customers will be able to hire Sixt vehicles across all of bmi regional’s 32 destinations in the UK and Europe.
Jochen Schnadt, bmi regional’s chief commercial officer, commented, “The partnership with Sixt is all part of our ongoing growth strategy to improve our product offering and enable greater convenience for all passengers. With car hire it means passengers can now enjoy a door to door high quality experience with bmi regional, all booked via our website. Like bmi regional, Sixt is also an independent company (Sixt is family managed, and bmi privately owned) meaning both businesses can be nimble and innovative in meeting our combined clients’ needs.
“We’ve also added accommodation into the mix, thanks to a new deal with global giant,” Schnadt continued.
“We’re delighted to welcome bmi regional as a partner of Sixt,” averred Regine Sixt, senior EVP international marketing of Sixt SE. “It allows us to offer bmi regional’s passengers exclusive rates on a wide range of vehicles and very soon on all mobility products like car sharing from DriveNow and MyDriver and the affordable Chauffer Service. Sixt and bmi regional focus heavily on customer comfort and satisfaction with quality and consistency throughout. bmi regional’s passengers have become accustomed to travelling in style and with this partnership it means we can offer continuity from the airport onwards thanks to our choice of top end vehicles.”
Bryan Batista, head of global partnerships at, remarked, “With more than a million unique accommodation options to choose from worldwide, no matter where customers may be travelling, we’ve got the perfect stay to meet their needs.”

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