Croatia Airlines holds fresh talks with Podgorica


Croatia Airline’ CEO, Jasmin Bajić, has held another round of talks with the General Manager of operator Airports of Montenegro, Danilo Orlandić, over the potential resumption of flights between Zagreb and Podgorica. As reported earlier this week, the carrier is considering restarting services between the two capitals, eight years after they were suspended. The initiative has gained support from the Mayors of Podgorica and Zagreb, the Ambassadors of Croatia and Montenegro in each other’s countries and the business community. The Croatian carrier previously operated three weekly flights between the two cities.


  1. Anonymous16:58

    Politicians and diplomats can say all they want but if there is no demand then there is no demand.

    1. Anonymous17:35

      ZAG-TIV jedino ima smisla

    2. Anonymous12:31

      To tek nema smisla uzimajuci u obzir ZAG-DBV koja je i subvencionisana kroz PSO

  2. still too early IMHO

  3. Anonymous07:30

    Don't see it happening, OU network is too weak and there is almost no O&D demand.

  4. Anonymous08:14

    Montenegro keeps winning!


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