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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Montenegro Airlines posts Q1 growth

Montenegro Airlines posts Q1 growth

Montenegro Airlines handled 84.000 passengers during the first quarter of the year, representing an increase of 1.4% on 2017. It operated a total of 1.180 flights. “Based on advanced booking the existing positive trends will continue in the coming period and the demanding 2018 business plan will be achieved. During the summer season, the company… READ MORE

A billionaire from Nepal wants to invest in Montenegro

A billionaire from Nepal wants to invest in Montenegro

Binod Chaudhary, a billionaire from Nepal, the owner and the president of the company CG Corp Global, a conglomerate with more than hundred companies, 76 brands and around 10.000 of employees, is very interested in investing into Montenegro. The Prime Minister, Duško Marković, welcomed Chaudhary today and expressed his satisfaction at the interest the owner… READ MORE

Przno Bay gets a five-star hotel

Przno Bay gets a five-star hotel

The Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism issued five construction licences to Qatari Diar, for construction of a luxury hotel in Montenegro’s Plavi Horizonti complex. The five-star hotel will be built on 33,500 square meters (sqm) of land it will consist of 9 residential villas (stretching across 8,300 sqm of land), underground parking lots, supporting… READ MORE

“Dubrovnik” connects Bar and Bari

“Dubrovnik” connects Bar and Bari

Starting from May 22, passenger ship „Dubrovnik“ will connect Italian and Montenegrin coast on the line Bar – Bari – Bar, as reported from the Navigation service in Bar. Heads of this navigation service and the company „Jadrolinija“ from Rijeka signed the contract on the mutual cooperation for 2018. According to the provisions of this… READ MORE

Montenegro Airlines eyes Perugia service

Montenegro Airlines eyes Perugia service

Montenegro Airlines is considering introducing flights to Perugia following talks between the carrier, Podgorica Airport and its counterpart in the central Italian city. Umberto Salimero, the head of Perugia Airport, said, “I have held talks with tour operators who highlighted to me that there is strong interest in Montenegro. It is an appealing tourist destinations… READ MORE

Montenegrin airports record strong Q1

Montenegrin airports record strong Q1

Montenegro’s two international airports have registered strong passenger growth throughout the first quarter. Podgorica Airport welcomed 66.518 travellers in March, representing an increase of 18.7% on the same month last year. Over the first quarter, Montenegro’s capital city airport handled 181.381 passengers, which is up 18.1% on 2017. Serbia remains the largest country market from… READ MORE

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