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First flight of Air Albania to take place in September – Company to cover the region, Podgorica included

First flight of Air Albania to take place in September – Company to cover the region, Podgorica included

The Albanian national carrier Air Albania will have its first flight in the first week of September, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama announced. The first test flight will take place on August 31. The airliner will initially use an Airbus 319 on the Tirana-Istanbul route and after the company will add two larger A320 planes…. READ MORE

EX-YU airports move to secure China flights

EX-YU airports move to secure China flights

Montenegro has become the latest country in the former Yugoslavia to seek flights from China, following in the footsteps of Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. Danilo Orlandić, the General Manager of operator Airports of Montenegro, which runs the country’s two international airports, said, “Together with our strategic partners we are looking at significantly boosting… READ MORE

Three EX-YU states eye inter-connectivity

Three EX-YU states eye inter-connectivity

The governments of Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina are finalising plans for the introduction of flights between Sarajevo and Skopje via Podgorica. According to a draft agreement between the states, all airlines, including those outside the three countries, will be invited to operate the service, which would be subsidised. “Talks concerning the establishment of… 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

Emirates adds Podgorica codeshare flights

Emirates adds Podgorica codeshare flights

Emirates and Flydubai have announced sixteen additional destinations to which Emirates’ passengers will be able travel on a single ticket, including Podgorica, further building on the success of the initial phase of their partnership. Emirates is adding its “EK” designator code and flight numbers onto Flydubai’s service from Dubai to Podgorica via Sarajevo starting today,… READ MORE

Fly Dubai: Podgorica-Dubai €350, Podgorica-Sarajevo €200

Fly Dubai: Podgorica-Dubai €350, Podgorica-Sarajevo €200

The cheapest return ticket from Podgorica to Dubai will cost €350, the Fly Dubai airline told Pobjeda. It will start organising Podgorica-Dubai flights as of 1 November. “All prices include taxes, 7kg of hand luggage and up to 20kg hold luggage,” the company said. Last week Fly Dubai announced that the flights will be organised… READ MORE

EX-YU airports handle over 17 million passengers

EX-YU airports handle over 17 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia have handled over seventeen million passengers during the first eight months of 2017, with Split, Podgorica and Ljubljana continuing to show significant growth among larger airports in the region. This year will mark the first time at least eight airports will handle over a million travellers as Tivat joins the… READ MORE