CityJet scraps Frankfurt route

Low passenger numbers have forced the airline CityJet to end its service from Antwerp to Frankfurt after just three months. The first flight bound for the German financial centre left Antwerp’s Deurne Airport bound for Frankfurt on 4 May.
According to CityJet’s CEO Johan Vanneste, low passenger numbers mean that the airline has been forced to scrape the route.

Any passengers that have booked a ticket for a flight to Frankfurt will receive a full refund.

No jobs will be lost as a result of the scrapping of the service.

CityJet’s routes to London City and Manchester Airports in the United Kingdom are unaffected.

CityJet expects to announce several new routes for business travellers at the beginning of September.