Friday, October 6, 2017

VLM schedules Belgrade and Zurich flights

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Maribor-based VLM Airlines has scheduled flights from Slovenia's second largest city to both Belgrade and Zurich this coming winter season. As previously reported, services to Belgrade will operate five times per week, from Monday to Friday with the fifty-seat Fokker 50 aircraft. In addition, the airline will run five weekly flights between Maribor and Zurich. Both operations commence on October 30, with ticket sales expected to begin soon. Further flight details for the Maribor - Belgrade service can be found here, while additional information for the Maribor - Zurich route can be viewed here.

17 comments:

  1. No Berlin flights?

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  2. Are they code-sharing some flights with JU or LX?

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    1. Of course not. They are selling tickets through Hahn Air so that they can be listed in global reservation systems.

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    2. They will be never be able to do a codeshare with LX!

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    3. They said that it will be possible to book tickets through their website soon. Code share with JU would be great but I do not think that it is plausible to happen.

      Haplek

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    4. Kad VLM pokupuje sve sitnurije u regionu....

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  3. Great news! Hope thing will finally start moving at MBX!

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  4. Strange timetable, if one would accidently (low price) wanted to fly with them Zurich - Belgrade (via MBX), it can't transfer in one day. Not much sense in that...

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    1. Of course, you can transfer from ZRH-MBX-BEG, but vice versa is impossible.

      I think that time is great, because at the morning is very important for buisness to fly to ZRH at the morning and then after the returned fly to Beg.

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    2. Not sure about that - arr. from ZRH @ 10:40, dep. BEG @ 08:25? Well, I am looking timetable published, so I maybe don't have all info.

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  5. Absolutely no sense - that was my first thought as well!

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  6. I cannot believe you're keep on publishing news about this airline.

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    1. Come on! It is interesting! I am wondering when did a Flas News publishment got so many comments as this one!

      Thank you admin for keeping us informed on the topic!

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  7. mistakes can happen i still wish them good luck maybe they will employ also some professionals in terms of realistic planing and a good sales actions! dont forget to start advertising flights to dubrovnik, split and brac earlier as this year and dont collect reservations through a local tourist agency aswell. good luck!

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  8. You mean they STILL aren't flying to China?...

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  9. We tried to get official confirmation from VLM in Belgium, but nothing yet.

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