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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Adriatic-Ionian corridor – a priority for Montenegro

Adriatic-Ionian corridor – a priority for Montenegro

From the perspective of Montenegro, priority regional projects are Adriatic-Ionian corridors, ie a fast road and gas pipeline, as well as modernisation and expansion of railway infrastructure as a prerequisite for more economic integration and movement of people and goods and linking to European corridors, PM Dusko Markovic said at today’s WB6 business conference of… READ MORE

Podgorica and Tivat register strong growth

Podgorica and Tivat register strong growth

Montenegro’s two international airports have continued to record strong passenger growth into the new year. Podgorica Airport welcomed 59.861 travellers through its doors, representing an increase of 17.8% on the same month last year. The number of aircraft movements grew 10.2% to 452. The growth was fuelled by several airlines, primarily Wizz Air, Ryanair, Turkish… READ MORE

Thomas Cook tour operator interested in building hotels at Ada and in Canj

Thomas Cook tour operator interested in building hotels at Ada and in Canj

One of the biggest European tour operators, Thomas Cook, is interested in building hotels in Canj and at Ada Bojana, the director of investments for Central Europe markets, Joachim Siepe, told Dan. On this occasion, Thomas Cook delegation stayed in Montenegro over the past few days, when together with the Sajo Group representatives, it visited… READ MORE

Airlines gear up for Belgrade Tourism Fair

Airlines gear up for Belgrade Tourism Fair

Several carriers and airports will be taking part at the 2018 Belgrade Tourism Fair, which begins today, with Air Serbia being one of the largest exhibitors. Besides the Serbian carrier, others that are taking part this year include Air Cairo, Budapest Airport, Ellinair, Montenegro Airlines and Turkish Airlines. During the four-day event, Air Serbia will… READ MORE

Montenegro to start Tehran charters in March

Montenegro to start Tehran charters in March

Montenegro Airlines will launch charter flights between Podgorica and Tehran on March 28. It comes after the carrier concluded an agreement with Iranian tour operator Negin Parvaz Pars last November. Flights will run once per week. Montenegro Airlines will become the first carrier from the former Yugoslavia to operate services to Iran since international sanctions… READ MORE

Podgorica got a street in NATO headquarters in Mons

Podgorica got a street in NATO headquarters in Mons

Defence Minister Predrag Boskovic and the current Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) Curtis Scaparrotti officially opened the Podgorica Street to the NATO headquarters in Mons. The street has been named after Montenegro as a new member of the alliance. Boskovic believes that NATO membership for Montenegro represents the achievement of one of the two primary… READ MORE

SR Holdings is interested in investing in Montenegro

SR Holdings is interested in investing in Montenegro

British company SR Holdings is interested in investing in Montenegro. Representatives of the Secretariat for Development Projects held a meeting with the director of the British company Salim Rahmatullah and his associates from Montenegro Ismail Dacic and Emir Dacic. According to Rahmatullah, SR Holdings has been investing significant funds in various sectors around the world… READ MORE

Pegasus plans Tivat flights

Pegasus plans Tivat flights

Low cost carrier Pegasus Airlines plans on introducing services between Istanbul and Tivat. The company is in talks with the airport over potential two weekly seasonal summer flights. There is currently no service between Istanbul and Tivat, with Turkish Airlines operating to Podgorica. Within the former Yugoslavia, Pegasus Airlines maintains operations from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen… READ MORE

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