Low-cost airline Bmibaby has revealed its winter flight plans, which will get underway from October 25th. One of the most notable additions will be a brand new winter service to Grenoble in France from all four of Bmibaby's UK bases. Flights to Grenoble will operate once a week from Manchester and twice a week from Birmingham, Cardiff and East Midlands Airport. Bmibaby will also continue to operate flights from Manchester to Toulouse, a new service that has been introduced for the summer schedule. The airline will fly to a total of 19 European destinations during the winter 2009-10 season, including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris and Prague from its UK bases at Birmingham Airport, Cardiff Airport, East Midlands Airport and Manchester Airport. Crawford Rix, Bmibaby's managing director, said: 'We have seen strong early bookings for summer 2009 as people are keen to save money by booking early. 'We believe this trend will continue for the winter season as people want to secure a great deal and their ideal dates of travel. ' Bmibaby also recently announced that it will be offer a one-off service from Manchester airport to the Portuguese city of Porto on April 15th for Manchester United fans travelling to the second leg of the Champions League match.