Wizz to launch Poland - Podgorica flights


Wizz Air will introduce flights from Warsaw and Katowice to Podgorica next summer season, bringing the total number of destinations serving the Montenegrin capital to five. The services will run twice per week, each Monday and Friday, starting June 18 and will operate on a seasonal summer basis until September 14. The no frills carrier will compete directly against LOT Polish Airlines on the Warsaw route, which itself launched seasonal flights to Podgorica last summer. Wizz Air maintains year-round flights from Budapest, Memmingen and Milan to Montenegro. Tickets for the new services are already on sale. Further flight details for the Warsaw - Podgorica route can be found here, while additional information for the Katowice flights can be viewed here.


  1. Anonymous14:32

    2018 will be huge for Podgorica :)

  2. Nice W rotation :)

  3. Anonymous22:19

    Are these flights from Poland used mostly to get to the Adriatic coast? Cause I just don't see Polaks visiting Podgorica touristically

    1. Anonymous07:45

      Polaks are now everywhere. Big country and they are wanting to visit new destinations. Crna Gora has the right product for the right time.

    2. Anonymous19:06

      Yeah Crna Gora coast, but not Podgorica, that city offers less than Nis.

    3. Polish people are doini good


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