bmibaby the award winning airline with tiny fares, has today announced the launch of a new two times a week service to the Balearic Island of Ibiza from Cardiff International Airport.
Fares start from just £34.99 one way including taxes and charges and are on sale now. Flights start on 16th July 2007 and continue until 7th September 2007. The new Ibiza route brings the total number of destinations served by bmibaby at Cardiff to 13.
Ibiza is the perfect destination for a summer escape with its stunning beaches and relentless sunshine. The island is a haven for walking, yoga breaks, horse riding and swimming. Travellers can also discover the real Ibiza with its hidden Moorish towns and quiet rocky coves.
By contrast, hedonists will love the famous party scene of Ibiza, from Pacha, the original and first club on the island, to the so hip it hurts El Divinio club near the marina in Ibiza town. Clubbers need not even go to sleep as Space opens at 6am and stays open until the afternoon.
Launching the new route today at Cardiff International Airport, Steve Burns, commercial director, bmibaby, said:
I am pleased to be able to announce another new route from Cardiff International airport with the launch of our new two times a week service to Ibiza.
With fares starting from just £34.99 one way including taxes and charges, we advise passengers to book early to take advantage of these really low prices.
Jon Horne, managing director, Cardiff International Airport, said:
Although any new destination added by bmibaby to their Cardiff International network is welcome, I must admit this latest addition of Ibiza can only be described as a very clever move. The Balearics are enormously popular in Wales and the West of England marketplace.
Flights to Ibiza depart from Cardiff airport on Monday and Thursday from 16th July until 7th September 2007.