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Fly Dubai continues to operate to Tivat twice a week

Fly Dubai continues to operate to Tivat twice a week

Flydubai will resume flights from Dubai to Tivat twice a week from June 25, the Minister of Economic Development, Jakov Milatović announced. “I am glad that Fly Dubai will resume flights from Dubai to Tivat twice a week from June 25,” Milatovic wrote on his Twitter account. The route, he said, will connect Montenegro directly… READ MORE

Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro’s Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, annunced that Montenegro officially became the European corona-free destination. “Next week, a limited number of people will be allowed to attend sport events. Kindergartens, pre-school institutions, cinemas and theaters will be open”, PM said. Mr Marković announced opening borders with countries which “meet adequate epidemic criteria”. “Right now, these… READ MORE

Post office of Montenegro will start exchanging goods with Austria and Italy

Post office of Montenegro will start exchanging goods with Austria and Italy

Montenegro’s post office will start exchanging items with Austria and Italy tomorrow, April 22nd. According to the announcement, this transport line is established through regular road lines of Slovenia`s post office. Also, tomorrow, an exchange with Greece and Bulgaria will be organised through the Post Office of Serbia and Northern Macedonia. The list of countries… 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

Markovic: Montenegro is open to Austrian investors

Markovic: Montenegro is open to Austrian investors

Montenegro is open to Austrian investors, Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said during a meeting with newly-appointed Austrian Ambassador Anna Jankovic. The officials jointly noted that the bilateral relations between Montenegro and Austria are excellent in all fields and that such a high level of relations should be used for further improvement of economic cooperation. The… READ MORE