VLM Airlines

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VLM Airlines commenced operations in May 1993 with a scheduled non-stop service between Antwerp and London City Airport.

Today, some 15 years on, VLM Airlines offers:

Following passenger demand, VLM Airlines introduces a twice weekday non stop service between Rotterdam and Manchester. The route almost immediately receives positive feedback from the business communities of these two major European cities.

VLM Airlines offers its customers a wide range of benefits, including:

VLM Airlines is now owned by Air France-KLM group and cooperates with Cityjet ( a fully owned subsidiary of the Air France-KLM group). The partnership with Cityjet ensures that customers have access to the largest number of destinations from London City Airport.

At VLM Airlines they have always sought to conduct their business with the highest standards of excellence and integrity. A core component of their discipline value is to conduct business with uncompromising integrity and professionalism. They strive to offer qualitative, reliable and time-saving travel solutions. They deliver an enjoyable and efficient service, representative of their corporate culture.

VLM Airlines is a fast growing airline, with a strong focus on maintaining a balance between commercial successes and social responsibility. Recognising their environmental impact and responsibility is an integral part of that.

At VLM Airlines, they define Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as:

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VLM Airlines Belgium NV
Luchthavengebouw B5
B 2100 Antwerp, Belgium

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03287 80 80

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