Tuesday, April 17, 2018

PHOTOS: Montenegro B737-500 enters service

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Montenegro Airlines' newly wet-leased Boeing 737-500 aircraft has entered into service, operating its first revenue flight for the carrier on Sunday night between Podgorica and Zurich. The jet has since been untilised on services to Belgrade and Paris as well. Commenting on the lease, Montenegro Airlines' CEO, Živko Banjević, said, "The company is successfully enforcing its demanding business plan for this year. By adding a sixth aircraft to the fleet, the Montenegrin national carrier will successfully respond to increased competition during the summer season, protect its market share and boost passenger numbers, which is of great importance to the tourism industry".







7 comments:

  1. Had a friend fly on the plane yesterday to BEG. Said the plane was comfortable and nice but found it funny how confused all the passengers were that the crew only spoke English. They could not get it :D

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    1. Out of curiosity, how full was that 737 flight to BEG?

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    2. It is really embarrassing for a national carrier to have crew speaking only in English. They should have worked around this and tried to get at least one native speaker per flight.

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  2. Wich plane junkyard did they find this old thing?

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    1. http://www.exyuaviation.com/2018/04/montenegro-airlines-wet-leases-b737-500.html

      Malta

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    2. Why junkyard ? What´s wrong with it ?

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    3. It's not brand new.. I'm really surprised how a nearly bankrupt company can't afford brand new 737MAXs or CS300s..

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