Luxair to launch Podgorica flights

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Luxembourg’s national carrier will introduce flights to Podgorica this winter season. Services will commence on December 18 and run twice per week, each Monday and Friday, with the Dash 8 turboprop. Flights are scheduled to run only during the winter season and are not planned for next summer. Luxair was initially to inaugurate seasonal operations to Tivat this summer but the service never materialised, despite being scheduled after the end of the Europe-wide lockdowns. Further flight details for Luxair’s new Podgorica service can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous10:55

    in winter? dude

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    1. Anonymous11:39

      There is a big diaspora from north of Montenegro in Luxembourg. These flights aren't meant for tourists. Even the seasonal flights to Tivat wouldn't rely on them.

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  2. Anonymous11:10

    They also launched Budapest.

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    1. Anonymous11:12

      They turned them to seasonal.

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  3. Anonymous11:13

    This city pair actually makes a lot of sense if you think about it.

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  4. Anonymous11:48

    And it makes sense too when you have the right aircraft for the job! Q400 is perfect for p2p especially in low season or on thin routes. Atr would take forever on this route...

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  5. Anonymous12:29

    I assume it will be Podgorica in winter and Tivat in summer.

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  6. Anonymous12:35

    Montenegro keeps winning!

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    1. Anonymous12:46

      You are late today

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    2. Anonymous17:05

      LOL

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  7. They should launch BEG too, either Air Serbia or Luxair

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  8. They should launch BEG too, either Air Serbia or Luxair

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  9. Anonymous21:32

    A very nice and reputable addition to MNE. LUX is also considered the wealthiest country in Europe meaning rich tourists visiting Budva and the Montenegrin coast.
    Excellent job!

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    1. Anonymous02:05

      But they only plan on running it during the winter.

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    2. Anonymous06:58

      They do, don't they?

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  10. Anonymous06:57

    Wow that's going to be a long flight on the Q400! It says 02 hours and 40 minutes. If they are successful YM should launch their own flights with the majestic E95 and kill them off.

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