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Flybmi supporting Derry's Halloween Festival with London to Derry direct flights from £99 return
3 Sept 2018
Flybmi is delighted to be supporting the world’s premier Halloween festival in Derry from 26th October – 3rd November 2018. Launching the flybmi web fares from £99 including broomsticks, 23kg of hold luggage, complimentary drinks/beverages/snacks on-board, the spooky sensational web fares must be booked by 10th September for travel to City of Derry Airport this Halloween or until end of March 2019! For further information, terms & conditions:
www.flybmi.com or your local travel agent. Liz Cunningham, Festival and Events Co-ordinator with Derry City and Strabane District Council said Council was delighted to have flybmi on board to support the Halloween campaign and to encourage more people to visit Derry for our world famous Halloween celebrations. She said: “Our 2018 Halloween celebrations will run from 26 October to 03 November with over 100 family friendly activities at more than 40 venues stretching across eight action-packed days. "The theme for this year’s Carnival Parade is Return of the Ancients, looking back to the Pagan origins of Halloween and linking up with our 400 years of the ancient City Walls. "Among the highlights of the festival is the Awakening of the Walls when our historic Walls come alive with an illuminated animation trail, the Magic of the Moon at the Guildhall, the Jack-O-Lantern Festival, Shape Shifter costume and makeup workshops, a Haunted Harvest Market culminating in a superb Carnival parade through the city centre and a spooktacular Fireworks Display.” You can find out more about our Halloween celebrations on
derryhalloween.com or follow @DerryHalloween #DerryHalloween
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