NewsAir Montenegro launches new Tivat-Baku route: Enhancing connectivity and tourism growth

Air Montenegro launches new Tivat-Baku route: Enhancing connectivity and tourism growth

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Air Montenegro celebrated the arrival of its inaugural passengers from Baku on Friday, marking the official launch of the new Tivat – Baku route.

The airline announced that flights on this route will operate twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays.

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At Tivat Airport, a warm reception was arranged for the first passengers arriving from Azerbaijan. Representatives from Air Montenegro, the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro, Montenegro Airports, and the Tourist Organization of Tivat extended a heartfelt welcome to the visitors.

Maja Bjelić, spokesperson for Air Montenegro, expressed optimism about the positive impact of this new route. “We believe that the introduction of this route will not only boost tourism but also enhance economic connectivity between our countries,” she stated.

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Bjelić further anticipated that the direct Baku-Tivat route would significantly increase tourist arrivals from Azerbaijan and stimulate additional investments from that market into Montenegro.

“This route will strengthen bilateral ties and provide a significant boost to Montenegro’s tourism sector, attracting visitors from Azerbaijan eager to explore Montenegro’s rich cultural and natural heritage,” emphasized Air Montenegro.

Montenegro Airports reported serving over 783,000 passengers since the beginning of the year. They noted a 42% increase in passenger traffic in Podgorica compared to 2019, while Tivat maintained results at 99% of 2019 figures.

The National Tourism Organization of Montenegro (NTO) highlighted Montenegro’s popularity as both a tourist destination and a promising business market in Azerbaijan. They cited a consistent rise in tourist arrivals and overnight stays from Azerbaijan in recent years.

The Tourist Organization of Tivat (TOT) expressed satisfaction with the expansion of routes to new markets, emphasizing Tivat’s potential to attract tourists year-round. They noted a substantial increase in overnight stays from Azerbaijan in the past year.

With each new flight, Montenegro gets closer to its goal of becoming more accessible and attractive to travelers worldwide. The warm reception for the inaugural passengers underscored Montenegro’s commitment to hospitality and tradition.

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