Jet2 to enter Montenegrin market

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Low cost carrier Jet2 will enter the Montenegrin market in 2020 with the launch of two new routes to Tivat. The airline will inaugurate two weekly flights from Manchester and London Stansted starting May 21. Both will be operated with a 189-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The announcement marks the first time the leisure airline and package holiday specialist has operated flights to Montenegro. Jet2 CEO, Steve Heapy, said, “The introduction of services to Tivat means that we are operating direct flights to Montenegro for the first time from Manchester and London. With stunning scenery, a wonderful climate, and fantastic resorts such as Budva and Bečići on offer, we are expecting this destination to be hugely popular with holidaymakers. Yet again, Jet2.com and Jet2holidays is giving local holidaymakers and independent travel agents even more choice and flexibility”.

Flight details for the new Manchester - Tivat service can be viewed here, while further information for the London flights can be found here.

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  1. Montenegro keeps winning!

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    1. Winning what exactly?

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    2. The race to prosperity.

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    3. Monaco already won the race.

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  2. Did Thomas Cook fly to Tivat?

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    1. No. Thomas Cook Belgium did in the past.

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  3. ME is becoming the new Croatia. Never stops growing and growing.
    Well done Crna Gora¡

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    1. It makes senes. Not as busy, not as expensive , more or less similar coast

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  4. Good news but EasyJet already flies London and Manchester and Mne Airlines flies London. I wish they introduced other big cities such as Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow etc. Still a warm welcome to Jet2.

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    1. Gradually, dear.
      Jet2 is a nice company and love their business model. Not so agressive and straight forward approach.

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  5. You can already fly LPL Montenegro. Just JET2 stealing pax again

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