Luxair to launch Tivat service


Luxembourg’s national carrier Luxair will introduce a new seasonal service to Tivat this summer. Flights are due to commence on July 19 and operate once per week, each Sunday, until September 20. Services from Luxembourg will be maintained by the Dash 8 Q400 turboprop. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous11:00

    Montenegro keeps winning!

    1. Marko11:03

      FINALLY. LuxAir is flying to ex-yu

    2. Anonymous11:07

      They have been flying seasonally to the Croatian coast for years.

      "The national carrier of Luxembourg has announced it will launch seasonal summer flights to Split in 2019. The city will become Luxair's fourth destination in Croatia following Dubrovnik, Zadar and Brač. Flights are yet to be put on sale, however, the carrier plans to introduce services to Split in May of next year."

    3. Marko11:27

      Oh yes, forgot that. Sorry. Well the good thing is that they are expanding in EX-YU

    4. Anonymous11:53

      Like it or not but MNE is unstoppable now when recovery has begun!

    5. Anonymous12:34

      Okay, let's keep it down. What in the wide world are you so hyped about? You know that we're in the midst of a crisis and you are overwhelmed by a once-per-week seasonal service on a small airline to an airport with very few connections. Recovery hasn't begun. We're still in a downwards looking spiral and this is yet to come in hard when all the numbers are added up sometime this year. Stop being so vaguely soft-patriotic when you know that more people are likely to afford Venice or some mainstream place than go to some place they've prob never heard of

  2. Anonymous13:35

    That's the advantage of having a Dash compared to ATR. 2.5 hrs of flying time or even more is no issue for a Dash even without any weight restrictions.

    If a long ride on a Dash is comfortable for a pax sitting on a window seat, well that's a different topic.


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