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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Ryanair adds new Podgorica service

Ryanair adds new Podgorica service

Ryanair will introduce a new seasonal service between Wroclaw in western Poland and Podgorica this summer. The budget carrier will operate one weekly flight on the route, each Tuesday, from June 5 until the end of the summer season. It will complement the airline’s existing network out of Podgorica consisting of four year-round destinations. Demand… READ MORE

Montenegro and Azerbaijan strive to improve relations

Montenegro and Azerbaijan strive to improve relations

Parliamentary diplomacy and activities of the Friendship Group of Azerbaijan and Montenegro open space for additional improvement of political, economic and cultural relations between the two countries. These were the conclusions of the meeting of the Montenegrin parliament speaker, Ivan Brajović, and Azerbaijan national assembly speaker, Ogtay Asadov. “Good business environment for Azerbaijan investors in… READ MORE

New regular beeline from Podgorica to Warsaw

New regular beeline from Podgorica to Warsaw

LOT Polish Airlines will establish a regular beeline between Warsaw and Podgorica as of 1 June. The Polish airline will carry out six flights a week with a modern Embraer jet. Tickets are available through LOT sales channels. The Aairport of Montenegro announced that direct flights to Warsaw will be available to passengers in Montenegro… READ MORE

Vueling plans new EX-YU routes

Vueling plans new EX-YU routes

Spanish low cost airline Vueling is considering the launch of new routes to the former Yugoslavia while strengthening its existing operations in the region. The IAG group airline plans to introduce services from its hub in Barcelona to Podgorica and is considering potential flights to Ljubljana. Furthermore, it will boost operations to Serbia and Croatia… READ MORE

Wizz Air introduces direct flights from Podgorica to Warsaw and Katowice

Wizz Air introduces direct flights from Podgorica to Warsaw and Katowice

The low-cost airline, Wizz Air, has introduced direct flights from Podgorica to Warsaw and Katowice (Poland) as of 18 June. They will be active throughout the summer. According to Wizz Air representatives, the company is starting the largest process of expanding business in its history. “In the next 17 weeks, a total of 21 new… READ MORE

Eurowings to launch new Tivat service

Eurowings to launch new Tivat service

Lufthansa’s low cost subsidiary Eurowings will launch its second seasonal service to Tivat this year, with flights from Stuttgart to commence on June 1. The route will be maintained twice per week, each Monday and Friday, until the end of the summer season. Recently, Lufthansa representatives said the group is considering expanding its presence in Montenegrofollowing… READ MORE

Two million tourists visited Montenegro

Two million tourists visited Montenegro

During the last year, 2,000,009 tourists visited Montenegro. They made 11.95 million overnight stays, according to new data from Monstat. After changing the methodology of measuring the main parameters of the tourist season last year, the official data at the monthly level are published only for hotels, motels, hostels and other facilities of the so-called… READ MORE

Direct Skopje-Podgorica-Sarajevo flight to be introduced

Direct Skopje-Podgorica-Sarajevo flight to be introduced

Prime minister Dusko Markovic met his Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev at the Western Balkan Summit in Sofia. They agreed on concrete steps to be taken in the implementation of the joint Montenegro-Macedonia-BiH initiative on introducing direct Skopje-Podgorica-Sarajevo flight and implementing other development projects of interest for both countries and the region as a whole. “Markovic… READ MORE

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