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Montenegro Airlines delays service resumption

Montenegro Airlines delays service resumption

The national carrier Montenegro Airlines has pushed back its resumption of operations by another week, to May 7 inclusive. The carrier noted the decision was made “due to the situation caused by the coronavirus, the current ban on commercial air traffic from Montenegro, as well as restrictions from other countries”. Montenegro Airlines has operated a… READ MORE

Tivat Airport studying nighttime operations

Tivat Airport studying nighttime operations

The Montenegrin company “Airports of Montenegro” has launched tender procedures to select a consultant which will elaborate and study the advantages of enabling Tivat Airport to handle flights during night time. The winner will have 150 days to finalise its findings in cooperation with relevant state authorities. The deal is worth 450.000 euros. Since its… READ MORE

New terminal at Tivat Airport

PM Duško Marković opened today the newly-built Terminal 2 at Tivat Airport – the first investment since 2006, when the existing airport building was built. Marković used this opportunity to point out that he sees the cooperation between the Government and the Management of Airports as an example to be followed by others in Montenegro…. READ MORE

Tivat Airport handles millionth passenger

Tivat Airport handles millionth passenger

Belova arrived in Tivat from Moscow this afternoon with her husband, with the regular flight of the Montenegrin national airline Montenegro Airlines MGX 611. A tourist from Russia Nelija Belova is a millionth passenger who has been passing through the terminal building of the Tivat Airport since the beginning of this year. On the airport… READ MORE

Tivat Airport records busiest day

Tivat Airport records busiest day

Tivat Airport has registered its busiest day on record this past Sunday, July 30, by handling 11.233 travellers within 24 hours. A total of 58 flight movements were recorded during the day. The airport anticipates welcoming some 1.250.000 passengers this year, despite its terminal building having an annual capacity of just 400.000 travellers. Strong passenger… READ MORE

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