VLM Airlines announces two new seasonal routes from Maribor to the Adriatic Coast

VLM Airlines announces two new seasonal routes from Maribor to the Adriatic Coast

Weekly services from Maribor to Split and Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Tuesday 1 August 2017 — VLM Airlines, the airline owned by SHS Aviation, announced today two seasonal scheduled routes from the Slovenian airport Maribor to two destinations on the Adriatic coast, namely Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia.  VLM Airlines will operate these flights in August on Tuesdays with its Fokker 50 turboprop aircraft. Seats are already on sale from EUR 39 on the Maribor-Split route and from EUR 49 on the Maribor-Dubrovnik route (one way prices including all taxes and non-optional charges) and can be booked via www.flyvlm.com or www.euroval.si. Parking at the Edvard Rusjan Maribor Airport is free of charge for all passengers.

The new weekly services between Maribor and Split and between Maribor and Dubrovnik will commence on 8 August and will be flown until 29 August.

New Seasonal Scheduled VLM Airlines Flights Commencing on 8 August 2017




 Flight Day






 From €39





 From €39





 From €49





 From €49

* One way including all taxes and non-optional charges. The price includes up to 20 kg of checked baggage and up to 10 kg of hand baggage.

Aside from the scheduled flights from Maribor to Split and Dubrovnik, VLM Airlines also operates seasonal flights from Italy (Ancona, Bari and Salerno) to Croatia (Bra─Ź, Split and Zadar), Greece (Corfu, Preveza and Zakynthos) and Montenegro (Podgorica and Tivat).


About VLM Airlines
The Belgian company SHS Antwerp Aviation N.V. and the Slovenian airline VLM Airlines d.d. are developing airline activities under the common trading name ‘VLM Airlines’. Both companies are owned by the Dutch investment company SHS Aviation B.V.

VLM Airlines owns a fleet of 6 Fokker 50s. Each aircraft can carry 50 passengers. This Summer VLM Airlines operates 15 routes, connecting 11 destinations across 5 countries. At this moment VLM Airlines employs 55 aviation professionals.

SHS Antwerp Aviation is the successor to VLM Airlines N.V. that ceased all its activities on 22 June, 2016. In September 2016, SHS Aviation acquired the remaining aircraft and all other assets of VLM Airlines N.V.

SHS Aviation B.V. (registered in the Netherlands) is developing both airline and airport activities, and is owned for 60% by Dutch investors and for 40% by Canadian investors. SHS Aviation B.V. has two subsidiaries: SHS Antwerp Aviation N.V. and the Slovenian company SHS Aviation d.o.o. (which is the owner of Aerodrom Maribor d.o.o.). 

Yves PANNEELS PR & Communication at Press Office VLM Airlines