Monday, September 26, 2016

Montenegro Airlines’ numbers improve


Montenegro Airlines has seen its passenger numbers improve during the first eight months of the year. The Montenegrin carrier handled 407.389 passengers, an increase of 1% compared to the same period in 2015. The result was achieved despite the airline operating 159 fewer flights than last year for a total of 5.199 operations. Between September 1 – 19, the carrier welcomed 44.227 travellers on board its aircraft, up 4% on the same period last year.


  1. If only success was all around passenger numbers .... This says nothing about the state of their financial affairs ... they may well have improved their passenger numbers as a result of greater discounting - which would be catastrophic financially ... so this report really says nothing and adds no value to anything

  2. No direct flight to London, Rome, Paris and that is just basic.. I'm not talking about Asia, Australia, America.. shame on you that we have to go to Austria to get to Rome .. and so on..

    1. What are you talking about? Montenegro flies to Paris, London and Rome. Even more, Rome has most frequencies after Vienna and Belgrade, with 10 flights per week (part of this is code-share of Alitalia).


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