NewsAir Montenegro flies only to Belgrade, Ljubljana and Istanbul

Air Montenegro flies only to Belgrade, Ljubljana and Istanbul

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The national airline Air Montenegro flies only to three destinations – Belgrade, Ljubljana and Istanbul. There are no flights to significant European centres, which puts the country in an extremely bad situation.

“At the moment, the national airline’s having the following routes: Podgorica – Belgrade, Tivat – Belgrade, Podgorica – Ljubljana and Tivat – Istanbul”, ToMontenegro told the CdM portal.

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They also note that the summer season was successful as there were flights to 16 destinations: Paris, Nantes, Lyon, Zurich, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Prague, Banja Luka, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Katowice, Yerevan , Bratislava and Cairo.

“We had 3.700 flights, carrying out over 325.000 passengers from January this year.”

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During winter, when air traffic is reduced due to planned planes’ repair, they additionally aligned the flight schedule.

“We’re doing it all with the aim of having a reliable functioning of our fleet and getting an adequate readiness for more frequent air travel in next year. In addition, we’re about to re-introduce routes which proved to be successful during summer, while at the same time are connecting Montenegro with new sources and destinations”, they said in a statement for CdM.

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