By Marcus Leach

Bmibaby, the low-cost airline, has announced it will stop flying from both Cardiff and Manchester airports at the end of the British summer.

In a statement released by the airline they said they needed to focus on more established routes during the current economic situation.

This means four planes will now be reallocated to Belfast, East Midlands and Birmingham airports.

Bmibaby's parent British Midland International (BMI) has recently been taken over by Germany's Lufthansa.