VLM Airlines, the recently restored operator, has begun flights between Antwerp and Zurich, adding to its existing London City link. Launched on 22 January, the airline will offer 10 weekly flights on the 518-kilometre hop to Switzerland. Seen at the launch are: Marcel Buelens, CEO of Antwerp and Ostend airports; Antwerp Mayor, Bart De Wever; Carl Runge, CCO VLM Airlines; and Karl Rickard, CEO VLM Airlines. The carrier’s next routes from Antwerp will be Birmingham and Munich, with the latter airport also expected to be connected by the airline to Maribor in Slovenia.
- VLM Airlines has added a second route from Antwerp (ANR) since it was brought back to life in October, with the carrier now offering a 10 times weekly service to Zurich (ZRH), adding to its existing London City link. Launched on 22 January, the airline will serve the 518-kilometre hop to Switzerland using its fleet of 50-seat Fokker 50s, becoming the only operator on the city pair. The airline’s next round of route launches will take place on 12 February, the day which sees the regional carrier begin flights to Birmingham and Munich, with the latter airport also being linked by the carrier to Maribor in Slovenia. See how Antwerp Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.