Maribor, 01 August (STA) - The Belgian-Slovenian carrier VLM Airlines will launch in earnest on Tuesday, 8 August, as it starts seasonal flights out of its Maribor base to Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia. The once-weekly flights will be operated with a 50-seater Fokker 50, initially until 29 August, the company said.
Return tickets start at 78 euro for Split and 98 euro for Dubrovnik. The price includes free parking in Maribor, 20 kilo of checked luggage and 10 kilo of carry-on luggage.
The airline also plans to operate flights from Italy (Ancona, Bari and Salerno) to Croatia (Brač, Split and Zadar), Greece (Corfu, Preveza and Zakynthos) and Montenegro (Podgorica and Tivat) on behalf of an Italian tour operator, airline portal EX-YU Aviation has reported.
VLM Airlines is owned by SHS Aviation, which also runs Maribor Airport. It is the common trading name for the Slovenian carrier VLM Airlines and the Belgian carrier SHS Antwerp Aviation.« Back