LONDON-Dutch national carrier KLM and Ireland-based regional airline CityJet are the two main shareholders behind a Belgian start-up being created to operate both scheduled services and to provide capacity for others. Air Antwerp has applied for an air operator’s certificate from the Belgian authorities. Its two directors are Johan Maertens, former CEO of defunct Belgian regional carrier VLM, who is CEO of the new airline; and Willem Hondius, former CEO of African LCC Jambojet Kenya ...

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