Pobeda to launch Podgorica flights


Russian low cost carrier Pobeda has applied for a permit with the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency to launch daily flights from Moscow's Vnukovo Airport to Podgorica this coming summer season with its 189-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The service will complement its existing two weekly flights from the Russian capital to Tivat. The Aeroflot subsidiary will compete against Montenegro Airlines, which maintains seasonal services to Moscow's Domodedovo Airport and plans to boost frequencies this summer. Russian tour operators estimate for passenger numbers between the two markets to increase between 15% to 20% this year but warn that limited hotel capacity will dent growth in the future.


  1. Anonymous10:56

    Another route Montenegro Airlines will be crushed this summer. Ljubljana and Moscow for now.

  2. Anonymous17:32

    Any chances of Pobeda coming to INI? They'd crush it there imo

  3. Anonymous19:41



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