Montenegro Airlines soon operating to SkopjeMontenegro Airlines is considering commencing scheduled services to the Macedonian capital Skopje. According to Macedonian media, the commercial director of the airline Čedomir Đurišić announced the news after talks between Montenegrin and Macedonian aviation agencies. There is good will from both sides to connect both countries via the air. The new service, which would be operated by Montenegro Airlines, could start as soon as mid June with services from Tivat to Skopje. The line would at first be seasonal but if successful could continue throughout the year and flights could be introduced from Podgorica. Montenegro Airlines would operate to Skopje 4 times per week and would allow Macedonian passengers to connect to Montenegro’s popular service to Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport. However, this new service has been announced in the past but had never occurred. It seems this time it is the most closest to becoming reality. Montenegro Airlines would join Adria Airways, B&H Airlines, Croatia Airlines and Jat Airways from the former Yugoslavia operating flights to Skopje. There is currently no direct air link between Montenegro and Macedonia.
Meanwhile, Ohrid Airport is also served by two airline from the former Yugoslav region. Adria Airways operates flights from Ljubljana while Jat Airways serves the seaside town from Belgrade, with the latter service beginning on June 1.