NewsSummer flight schedule: Podgorica and Tivat airports expand connectivity to 40 destinations

Summer flight schedule: Podgorica and Tivat airports expand connectivity to 40 destinations

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During the upcoming summer aviation season, starting tomorrow and lasting until the end of October, Podgorica and Tivat airports will each offer connections to 40 destinations.

As announced by representatives of Airports of Montenegro (ACG), they are releasing a preliminary flight schedule updated on Tuesday, subject to potential changes based on airline decisions.

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“The implementation directly depends on the airlines. According to announcements, new routes to Podgorica will include Munich, Radom, Kosice, Pardubice, and Ostrava, while in Tivat, Bristol, Birmingham, and Izmir will be added,” stated the release.

Regarding low-cost carrier flights, ACG mentioned that Wizz Air will be reinstating routes to Podgorica for London Gatwick, Vienna, Warsaw, and Katowice, while maintaining flights to Milan, Dortmund, Memmingen, and Budapest.

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Ryanair, according to preliminary announcements, will reintroduce routes to Podgorica for Brussels, Manchester, Zagreb, and Wroclaw starting in early April, and will continue operations to Berlin, London Stansted, Gdansk, and Krakow.

“Air Montenegro, the national airline, will continue to connect Podgorica with Rome,” ACG stated.

They also highlighted that Pegasus Airlines opened routes from Podgorica to Ankara and Podgorica to Izmir in February.

Passengers are advised to contact the airlines directly for all flight ticket inquiries.

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