UIA launches Croatia, Montenegro flights

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Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) has commenced a new one weekly service between Kiev and Split, which will run until September 26. Operations are being maintained each Saturday and were introduced last weekend with the airline’s Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The carrier also plans to run a new two weekly seasonal service between the Ukrainian capital and Tivat starting July 26, each Thursday and Sunday until October 4. The Thursday rotation will run until September 17. “From July 8, Ukrainian tourists can freely cross the borders of Montenegro without passing a PCR test. Tourists from Ukraine can also cross the Croatian border without fourteen-day self-isolation under several conditions: the availability of a negative PCR test, which was undertaken no later than 48 hours prior to travel, or a booked package of services (flight, accommodation, insurance)”, Ukraine International said in a statement. The flights are essentially chartered with the Split operation being run on behalf of the Feeria Mandriv tour operator while the Tivat service is being maintained for Travel Professional Group.

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  1. Anonymous11:42

    Well done Montenegro!
    You know what tourism it is about.

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    1. Anonymous12:21

      Yeah? Wow! That's really cool!

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    2. Anonymous13:22

      the "keeps winning" troll ...

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  2. Anonymous12:13

    UIA has charter flights to TIA from 3 different Ukraine airports already as well and this is because they do not have much option besides Montenegro, Albania or Croatia since Ukraine is considered a ''red country'' from EU.

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    1. Anonymous14:28

      3 airline fly from Kyiv to Tirana. Skyup airlines, jonika airlines and UIA.

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    2. Anonymous14:35

      Kiev*

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    3. Anonymous14:36

      Only SkyUp offers regular services.

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    4. Anonymous14:37

      Tjey are already 8 flights per week from Ukraine to Antalya.
      In the first part of July already 20.000 tourists from Ukraine visited Antalya.

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  3. Anonymous15:29

    A good thing no doubt, but will it compensate for the loss of the Serbian market ?
    It seems as CG becomes the new Corona hotspot in the Balkans, nobody of my friends in Germany wants to accompany me going there .
    So we go the Netherlands, no match for CG but if i want to have time with my friends ..

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