Malmö Aviation is adding several international routes. The airline has concentrated on domestic scheduled services since it abandoned flights to London City in September 2000, although it also frequently flies international charters. Now the airline is adding several international services. On 20 March, it will begin service from Gothenburg to Nice. Then, on 30 March, it will begin flying to Bruxelles from both Gothenburg and Stockholm Bromma. The summer season will also see it operating from Malmö to Venezia, Bologna, Pisa, Glasgow, and Visby, and from Gothenburg to Dublin. On the flights to Brussels, Malmö will codeshare with Virgin Express. The link with Malmö marks the end of Virgin Express’ last tie to SN Brussels Airlines. Following SABENA’s bankruptcy, Virgin Express had discussed a merger with SN Brussels, but they had been unable to come to an agreement.