VLM Airlines to fly between Antwerp and Birmingham

VLM Airlines will start flying between Antwerp and Birmingham, England, on the 26th of March, while doubling its flights between Antwerp and Munich, a spokesman for the airline said, pointing out that with these latest developments, its flight programme is now complete.
“We are targeting a combination of business travelers and tourists for the Birmingham route,” the spokesman said.

The new route and the doubling of the frequency of its flights between Antwerp and Munich no longer allow the company to add new destinations. “With the charters that we also offer, our flight programme is full; planes and crews are now optimally utilized,” said the company, which has six Fokker 50 planes.

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