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Zagreb – Podgorica flights start this year

Zagreb – Podgorica flights start this year

Launched 30 years ago, the Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair disrupted the European airline industry and started the low-cost revolution in Europe. Low-cost airline Ryanair has announced in a press conference this morning that it’s going to introduce the route between Zagreb and Podgorica on 4 September. Ryanair will open a base in Zagreb Airport with… READ MORE

LOT puts greater focus on EX-YU market

LOT puts greater focus on EX-YU market

LOT Polish Airlines will continue to grow its operations to the former Yugoslavia this summer by adding one new route to its network, as well as increasing frequencies and capacity on a number of existing services. Furthermore, the airline has identified the Balkan region as an important market for its future development. The Polish national… READ MORE

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

Vueling plans new EX-YU routes

Vueling plans new EX-YU routes

Spanish low cost airline Vueling is considering the launch of new routes to the former Yugoslavia while strengthening its existing operations in the region. The IAG group airline plans to introduce services from its hub in Barcelona to Podgorica and is considering potential flights to Ljubljana. Furthermore, it will boost operations to Serbia and Croatia… READ MORE

Brussels Airlines to launch new EX-YU routes in 2018

Brussels Airlines to launch new EX-YU routes in 2018

Brussels Airlines will launch two new routes to the former Yugoslavia and strengthen frequencies on existing destinations in the region next year but will also downgrade operations to Zagreb from year-round to seasonal summer services. The Belgian national carrier will introduce flights from Brussels to Tivat and Split in 2018. Services to the Montenegrin coast… 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