Aegean sees strong growth on Podgorica route

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Greece's Aegean Airlines has named Podgorica as its fastest growing route last year. The airline's Regional Airport Manager, Enrico Palombarini, noted the seasonal Athens - Podgorica service, launched in 2017, is registering strong year-on-year passenger growth. "Aegean Airlines has ordered 45 new Airbus A320neo aircraft, with deliveries to start next year. The Montenegrin market is at the top of our list when it comes to frequency increases, once this five billion euro investment comes to fruition", Mr Palombarini said. The Greek national carrier maintains two weekly flights between the two capital cities with a Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft operated by its subsidiary Olympic Air. The airline recently announced it would boost its operations to Belgrade, Dubrovnik and Zagreb over the coming winter season.

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  1. Another missed opportunity for YM. They could have employed those planes they have. Then again these days their operations seem to be falling apart, a lot of flights are experiencing massive delays. That Carpatair ancient F100 broke down the other day in Germany causing a chain reaction.

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  2. Wow, who would have thought! Well done Podgorica!
    Let's hope they schedule A320 neat year.

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    1. A320? Are you kidding? ZAG performed well and they got a third weekly on Q400. Same thing will happen in TGD.

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    2. "Aegean Airlines has ordered 45 new Airbus A320neo aircraft, with deliveries to start next year. The Montenegrin market is at the top of our list when it comes to frequency increases, once this five billion euro investment comes to fruition"

      Where is the logical connection between A320 and TGD??

      It could also read "with the A320s we can free some DH4 to increase TGD"

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    3. A320 should work. Aegean go daily with an A320 to TIA.

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    4. Well they do 9x weekly at TIA, but did you really compare the PDG-ATH market to TIA-ATH?!?!
      Lol...

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