Belgian carrier VLM Airlines will suspend all but two of its scheduled routes, intending to concentrate instead on charter and ACMI work. Some of the routes to be suspended were inaugurated only two months ago. The Antwerp-based airline was resurrected with new investors and management in 2017, having collapsed into bankruptcy the previous year. VLM’s owner is now Dutch investment company SHS Aviation, whose Belgian operation, SHS Antwerp Aviation has, in turn, a Slovenian ...

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