Groninger Luchtvaart Maatschappij

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Groninger Luchtvaart Maatschappij
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Ceased operations2013
HubsGroningen Airport Eelde
Key peopleAndre Van Amerongen

The Groninger Luchtvaart Maatschappij (GLM) was a Dutch start-up airline which aimed to start operations in 2013 from Groningen Airport Eelde with a twice daily service to London Southend Airport. Plans include flights to Copenhagen, Brussel and Paris.[1] The airline is yet to acquire any aircraft and has yet to advertise any routes for sale. GLM has joined the Join! Regional Airlines start up initiative to help get the airline started with leased aircraft.[2]


  • Netherlands Netherlands: Groningen [proposed base]
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom: London-Southend [proposed]


  1. Poelman, Frits (8 January 2011). "Plan luchtvaartbedrijf gaat verder dan London". Dagblad van het Noorden.

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