Belgian regional carrier Air Antwerp has ceased operations.
In a Twitter post published on 11 June, the airline thanked its customers, suppliers, airports and colleagues for their support over the past two years before adding: “It was an honour to serve you. Farewell.”
Air Antwerp had launched in August 2019 with a single Fokker 50 leased from Largus Aviation. It flew between Antwerp and London City – a route previously operated by VLM before that carrier entered liquidation in 2018.
Irish regional operator CityJet and Dutch flag carrier KLM formed Air Antwerp through a joint investment. CityJet took a 75% stake and KLM 25%.
Air Antwerp has been approached for comment.