Monday, March 15, 2010

Summer brings new flights

Soon in Copenhagen and Dusseldorf
Montenegro Airlines will launch new services from Podgorica to Copenhagen and Dusseldorf. The national carrier of Montenegro will connect the country’s capital with that of Denmark 3 times per week starting May 1. Flights will be operated by the Fokker F100. Flights to Dusseldorf will commence on the same day. Montenegro Airlines will operate 3 weekly flights to the city as well using the Fokker F100. Unlike previous years when flights to London-Gatwick Airport were operated from Tivat during the summer, the airline has decided for the flights to originate from Podgorica as they have during the winter. The airline’s loss over the monopoly it held on the Tivat – London route might be the reason it has suspended the summer service as Thomson Airways will connect the 2 cities from May 5, taking away Montenegro Airlines’ tourist clientele. However, passengers from Tivat will have the opportunity to travel to Paris with Montenegro Airlines, unlike previous years.

Meanwhile, Spanair has announced that it will introduce flights from Madrid to Belgrade, connecting the 2 cities via the air after almost 19 years. The airline also announced new flights from Barcelona to Belgrade recently. Flights from Madrid begin May 28, with the Barcelona service set to commence on April 15.

All flight details for the above mentioned flights can be found in the new route launches section.

3 comments:

  1. I don't think that Thomson Airways took Montenegro Airlines pax as Thomson Airways take package holidays passengers the most and if there is a free seats they offer on internet and all is managed by Thomson Holidays tour-operator(tui uk)

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  2. Norwegian Air Shuttle is reintroducing Stockholm-Belgrade route from May the 1st.

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  3. I can see this is a photo from Nis Airport. Does anyone know how YM is doing on that route?

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