Summer changes for Jat and Montenegro Airlines
The 2013 summer season begins on March 31. Airlines will see a busy start to the summer schedule as it falls on Easter Sunday according to the Gregorian calendar when passenger numbers generally surge. Just over a month later Easter will be marked according to the Julian calendar. Jat Airways and Montenegro Airlines will increase their flight offer this summer.
Jat should see an exciting summer season ahead with the addition of six new aircraft to its fleet. The airline will be boosting frequencies across its network. Most notable are double daily flights to Paris and Moscow, up to sixteen weekly flights to Vienna and daily flights to Thessaloniki during the peak summer season. Throughout May and June the Serbian carrier will resume seasonal flights to Dubrovnik, Split, Pula, Malta, Monastir, London Gatwick, Girona and Ohrid. Compared to last summer, the airline will operate one weekly flight less to Brussels, Larnaca, Tel Aviv and London Gatwick.
Montenegro Airlines will be boosting frequencies to several destinations from its base in Podgorica. An additional five weekly flights will be operated to Moscow while frequencies to Vienna, Zurich and Copenhagen will also be increased. The airline is still considering whether it will operate services to Niš. Talks with city authorities are ongoing. The airline operated daily flights to the Serbian city last summer season. From Tivat, Montenegro Airlines will operate one weekly flight less to both Paris and Moscow but will add two flights to Belgrade. Throughout the summer the airline will maintain its traditional charter flights to the Italian coast.
By clicking on the links below, you can review the 2013 summer season changes in more detail. Note that the tables display the peak weekly frequencies for each destination during the summer (keep this in mind especially for flights between Belgrade - Tivat - Podgorica as some services operate only for several weeks). Over the next two weeks the 2013 summer season changes for Adria Airways, B&H Airlines and Croatia Airlines will also be published.