Fokker 50 VLM Airlines (Pedro Aragão / Wikimedia Commons)
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VLM Airlines ceases operations again

Belgian airline VLM (VO/WLM) has ceased operations with immediate effect following a decision by shareholders today. The decision to liquidate the company was taken at an extraordinary general assembly by majority shareholder SHS Aviation B.V. VLM recently announced that they would be discontinuing scheduled flights to most of its destinations, including its [read more]

VLM to launch Birmingham to Antwerp flights
England

VLM to launch Birmingham to Antwerp flights

VLM Airlines has announced it will begin flights from Birmingham Airport (BHX/EGDBB) to Antwerp (ANR/EBAW) from the 12th February 2018. Belgian based VLM Airlines (VO/TCW) will operate a daily weekday service (Mon-Fri) between the two cities using a Fokker 50 aircraft. The port city of Antwerp is on Belgium’s River [read more]

Fokker 50 VLM Airlines (Pedro Aragão / Wikimedia Commons)
Cardiff Airport News

VLM files for bankruptcy

Antwerp based VLM Airlines has filed for bankruptcy today. In a statement on its website it said “We are sorry to have to inform you that VLM Airlines NV has filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday 22nd June 2016. All flights are cancelled with immediate effect” VLM was due to operate [read more]

Fokker 50 VLM Airlines (Pedro Aragão / Wikimedia Commons)
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VLM uses bankruptcy protection to restructure

VLM Airlines, who will operate the Cardiff Airport to London City Airport route for Flybe, have filed for Bankruptcy protection to restructure its operations after 2015 saw losses totalling 13m euros. The European regional carrier filed for the protection in a Belgian court and asked for 6 months protection from [read more]