Sixt, BMI Launch U.K. Airport Car Service

Photo via Sixt. 
Photo via Sixt.

British regional airline, BMI, is launching a new chauffer driven car service in partnership with Germany-based Sixt, Breaking Travel News reported.

The new service, called myDriver, will pick up travelers directly at the arrivals terminal and drive them to their preferred location in a luxury vehicle of their choosing. Passengers will be able to book their entire journey — flight, hotel, and car pickup — on

“Sixt’s philosophy and style matches that of BMI with both businesses offering an upscale, pan European product that is designed to enable customers to enjoy an enhanced and seamless door to door service,” BMI CCO Jochen Schnadt told the news outlet.

myDriver is available on most BMI routes.

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