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In Air Montenegro’s fleet for the summer season, there will be one more aircraft

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During the summer season, Air Montenegro will expand its fleet with a leased Embraer E190 aircraft, the company announced.

The fleet already consists of two owned Embraer E195 aircraft and one leased Airbus A320.

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  • In October of last year, we signed a lease agreement with the Croatian airline Trade Air for an A320 aircraft, aiming to further expand our fleet for the summer season. Today, we have signed a contract to lease another aircraft with the Ukrainian company Windrose. Windrose is an airline primarily providing ACMI and charter services, and through the agreement between our companies, the E190 aircraft has been leased under a wet lease arrangement, meaning with crew included – the statement reads.

Air Montenegro collaborated with Windrose in 2023 as well, and during this year’s summer season, the E190, configured with both business and economy classes, will be utilized from April 1st to October 31st.

  • Additional aircraft provide us with the opportunity to expand our network of destinations and offer more flights to meet the needs of passengers during the summer season. With this step, we aim to ensure a high level of service for all our passengers and respond to increased demand during the summer. With additional resources, Air Montenegro remains committed to providing reliable and efficient service as we continue to enhance our offerings and expand our presence in the air travel market – the statement concludes.

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