NewsAir Montenegro launches inaugural flight from Tivat to Izmir

Air Montenegro launches inaugural flight from Tivat to Izmir

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Today, Air Montenegro completed its first flight on the Tivat-Izmir route, marking the beginning of regular service between the two destinations. A warm welcome awaited the first passengers from Izmir upon their arrival at Tivat Airport. Flights on this route will operate three times a week – every Monday, Friday, and Sunday.

Mina Muković Radonjić, a representative of Air Montenegro, expressed the company’s commitment to expanding its offerings in the future.

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“We are delighted to introduce flights to Izmir, one of our four new destinations for this year’s summer season. We will continue to expand our network of destinations and enhance our services, supporting Montenegro’s tourism industry and development while prioritizing passenger satisfaction,” said Muković Radonjić.

Representatives from Montenegro Airports also attended the inaugural flight. Vladimir Prašćević, Director of Tivat Airport, emphasized the positive impact of new routes on both Air Montenegro and Montenegro Airports.

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“Izmir is the first new destination at Tivat Airport this summer season. It is essential that one of our key partners, Air Montenegro, strengthens its presence across Europe. This summer, in addition to Izmir, Air Montenegro has announced operations to Baku, Brno, Ljubljana, Prague, Riga, Tallinn, along with Belgrade and Istanbul. Tivat Airport will continue to be a reliable partner for our national airline,” Praščević stated.

He further noted that Tivat Airport will be connected to approximately 40 destinations during the season.

The introduction of another destination to Turkey, alongside the existing route to Istanbul, reflects the growing interest of passengers. The new flights to Izmir are expected to contribute significantly to increased tourism between the two countries.

The National Tourism Organization (NTO) expressed satisfaction with the improved air connectivity with the Turkish market.

“We are pleased that our strategic partner, Air Montenegro, will operate flights to Izmir this year in addition to Istanbul. There has been a growing interest in Montenegro as a tourist destination from this market, highlighting the importance of enhancing air connectivity. According to Monstat data, we recorded around 95,000 arrivals from this market last year, marking a 117% increase compared to 2022 and a 137% increase compared to 2019,” stated the NTO.

As one of the most important port cities in the Mediterranean, Izmir has a rich history as a commercial and cultural hub. Today, it boasts a multicultural character, blending influences from the East and West, Europe, Africa, and Asia. With its stunning coastline and beautiful beaches, Izmir attracts tourists from around the world seeking relaxation and enjoyment.

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