BMI ID Requirements

Old Jan 8, 03, 2:50 am
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BMI ID Requirements

Do BMI require any for of ID on domestic flights say LBA or MAN - LHR?
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Old Jan 8, 03, 7:40 am
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Only if you're using e-ticketing, as far as I know.
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Old Jan 8, 03, 10:09 am
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ok heres the story i booked 2 tickets man-lhr special fare my travelling companion cant travel but another friend can will it be ok or are we risking it

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Old Jan 9, 03, 7:00 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by BigBadJohn:
ok heres the story i booked 2 tickets man-lhr special fare my travelling companion cant travel but another friend can will it be ok or are we risking it
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So that's why they call you "Bad". I couldn't possibly condone such an act.

But to answer your original question... I've flown MAN-LHR about 200 times and have never had to show ID except when picking up tickets at the airport. (Even then, they will accept a diamond club card)

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Old Jan 9, 03, 9:10 am
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I don't think I've ever been asked for ID on the MAN-LHR route (except occasionally when checking in at Paddington for LHR-MAN)
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