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Flights between Luxembourg and Montenegro will start on 1 April

Flights between Luxembourg and Montenegro will start on 1 April

On 1 April, Luxembourg’s flag carrier will make the first flight between Luxembourg and Podgorica. The price of a plane ticket will amount to €149, including all taxes, the President of the Cultural Informative Center of Montenegro to Luxembourg, Ms Fetija Kalač, noted following the meeting with the Luxair’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Gilles Feith,… READ MORE

Montenegro might open borders for Russians as of 1 August

Montenegro might open borders for Russians as of 1 August

The National Coordination Body has been considering the possibility of the eventual opening of Montenegro’s borders for Russia citizens as of 1 August.   This decision would certainly make tourism officials extremely happy, having in mind the fact that Russians are extremely interested to come in Montenegro. So far, Montenegro has opened its borders for… READ MORE

Montenegro on EU’s “safe list”

Montenegro on EU’s “safe list”

The EU has named 14 countries whose citizens are considered “safe” to be let in from July 1, despite the pandemic, including Serbia and Montenegro. The list currently features Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. The United States, Brazil and Russia, where the coronavirus… READ MORE

Tivat airport welcomed passengers from Germany

Tivat airport welcomed passengers from Germany

The national airline, Montenegro Airlines (MA) welcomed the first passengers from Germany, the company announced. This was the first flight from the Tivat`s airport after the break cause by the COVID-19. The plane of Montenegro Airlines took off from Tivat airport to Hanover at 6:30 a.m., while at 11:20 a.m. seventy passengers landed from Hanover… READ MORE

LOT resuming international flights

LOT resuming international flights

Poland’s national carrier LOT will resume international flights from July 1. The airline published a preliminary schedule from 1st July until July 14 according which the carrier will restore operations from Warsaw to Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Podgorica. The carrier will also go ahead with the launch of its new route Budapest – Dubrovnik on… READ MORE