Monday, May 4, 2009

Montenegro focuses on Tivat

New flights from Tivat
As the tourism season begins Montenegro Airlines is turning its attention away from Podgorica to Tivat. The airline is increasing frequencies on nearly all services to the seaside town. The airline will also introduce new routes. Montenegro Airlines will begin flights to the Danish capital Copenhagen. The completely new service in the Montenegro Airlines network will operate from June 30 to September 8, once per week on Tuesday. If successful the airline will consider commencing services from Podgorica during the winter. The flight will operate with the airline’s Fokker F100 fleet. Details can be found on the right hand side in the new route launches section. The Tivat to Zurich service will also be introduced with daily flights beginning June 19. The flights will last until September 13. From May 30, Montenegro Airlines will begin 2 weekly flights to Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport which will accompany its already successful Podgorica – Paris service. Frequencies will be increased significantly to Belgrade to 22 weekly flights while the Moscow service will operate 3 times per week. The airline will also maintain its 3 weekly flights to London Gatwick.

There will be many charter carriers operating this summer to Tivat. The newest addition will be Sun d’Or International Airlines, an El-Al subsidiary which will operate from Tel Aviv. Its success will indicate weather the El Al itself will introduce flights to Podgorica.

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