This week, VLM Airlines started flights on two new airlines between its Slovenian base in Maribor and two popular Croatian destinations – Split and Dubrovnik.Regular flights between Maribor to Split and Dubrovnik will be operated during August, every Tuesday, with a turboprop Fokker 50. Tickets for these flights are on sale at a price of 39 euros one way on the line from Maribor to Split and 49 euros on the route from Maribor to Dubrovnik. According to VLM Airlines, in the coming period they will publish more details about the planned flight schedule during the winter season, which begins on October 29, 2017.The Belgian company SHS Antwerp Aviation NV and the Slovenian airline VLM Airlines dd have started air traffic under the brand “VLM Airlines”. Both companies are owned by the Dutch investment company SHS Aviation BV The owners of SHS Aviation BV are Dutch investors with 60% and Canadian investors with 40%. VLM Airlines has a fleet of 6 Fokker 50 aircraft. Each aircraft can carry 50 passengers. This summer, VLM Airlines will maintain 15 routes, connecting 11 destinations in five countries. At the moment, VLM Airlines employs 55 aviation professionals.