KLM, CityJet establish Air Antwerp; applies for Belgian AOC.
Air Antwerp, a start-up scheduled carrier backed by capital from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and CityJet, has applied for an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from Belgium's Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport. The company's representatives staged a presentation on May 20, saying they initially planned to link Antwerp with three destinations including London City and hoped to lure a number of former employees of VLM Airlines (Antwerp), which ceased operations in August 2018, The Brussels Times reported. They did not name the other two destinations.
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