Montenegro Airlines is one of the rare European national carriers which is reporting stable passenger figures in spite of the global financial crisis. The airline is currently operating with a fleet of 7 aircraft (5 Fokker F100s and 2 Embraer E175s). The airline will receive a further 2 Embraers within the next 2 years.
Meanwhile, the CEO of Montenegro Airlines and the vice director of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport have signed a new 2 year agreement where Montenegro Airlines will have special handling costs at the airport (considerably lower than other airlines). Montenegro Airlines will operate 5 daily flights to Belgrade from Tivat and Podgorica this winter. Serbia is Montenegro Airlines’ most important and lucrative market bringing in a profit of 6 million Euros for the airline. Montenegro Airlines is now the more popular airline for travel between Serbia and Montenegro, taking over Jat Airways.