Belgian airline VLM is to relaunch services between Birmingham and Antwerp on March 26.
The carrier will serve the Birmingham-Antwerp route until October 27, following the resumption of services between London City and Antwerp in October 2017.
The outbound flight will depart Antwerp at 12.40, arriving into Birmingham at 13.15, with the return leg leaving the UK at 13.45 and landing back in the Belgian city at 16.20. The route will be operated by Fokker 50 turboprop aircraft.
VLM previously operated flights between Antwerp and Birmingham, but these stopped when the airline was grounded following bankruptcy proceedings in 2016.
Following restructuring and investment by Dutch and Chinese investors, VLM relaunched flights to London City on October 30, and also currently operates flights from Antwerp to Zurich and Munich.