Podgorica - Sarajevo service expected in 2020

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The Mayor of Podgorica, Ivan Vuković, has said that flights between Podgorica and Sarajevo should be established shortly, which will further improve relations between the two cities. Mr Vukvoić did not specify which airline would operate the service. “I am particularly delighted that flights between Sarajevo and Podgorica will be introduced, while there is a high probability that services to Zagreb will also be resumed”. Croatia Airlines recently confirmed it plans to launch flights from Zagreb to the Montenegrin capital. Services between Sarajevo and Podgorica have operated on an on-and-off basis over the past few years. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s former flag carrier B&H Airlines flew between Sarajevo and Skopje via Podgorica. Following its collapse, Flydubai introduced a short-lived service between the capitals of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. Flights between the two were last operated in March 2018.

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  1. Who would fly on this route? Montenegro airlines? I'm not sure if there is enough request for such a route, but let's see.

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    1. Anonymous12:10

      Flydubai was flying this route, but very soon they gave up connecting SJJ and TGD

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  2. Anonymous10:45

    Hm, flights from Sarajevo to Ljubljana and Skopje make more sense but anyway

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  3. Anonymous11:01

    Podgorica to Sarajevo is a 4h trip by car. Not sure will this route work.

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    1. Anonymous23:08

      consider doing it professionally if you can do it in 4h
      finishing in below 5h on an average day is great

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    2. Anonymous20:42

      Easily over 6 in peak season. If they can provide a good fee why not

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  4. Anonymous11:47

    Montenegro keeps winning!

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    1. Anonymous22:12

      Winning like football against England.

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  5. Anonymous14:29

    Why not have YM fly the route? I mean they got millions in subsidies so what's another loss making route for them?

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  6. Anonymous22:31

    Never underestimate a route. It could actually be a good route.
    TGD is likely to receive ZAG too.
    Let them try and then we see...

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