Montenegro Airlines adds more Belgrade flights

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Montenegro Airlines has announced it will introduce three additional return flights between Tivat and Belgrade this week, as well as an extra service next week due to increased demand. In total, it plans to run seventeen flights from the seaside city to the Serbian capital this week. Similarly, Air Serbia is adding an extra three weekly rotations between the two cities. Montenegro Airlines restored operations to Serbia on August 19 following a five-month suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Comments

  1. Anonymous13:51

    If I got €133 million I would be adding more frequencies.

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  2. Anonymous14:22

    Btw, they will spend part of that money for severance packages for employees.
    Essentially, current government wants to pay out those faithful people & relatives in Montenegro Airlines before new one comes:

    http://rs.n1info.com/Biznis/a639294/Crnogorska-aviokompanija-Montenegro-Erlajnz-nudi-otpremnine-zaposlenima.html

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    1. Anonymous14:27

      N1 isn't really a reliable source, I'd wait for an official announcement from the airline before making any definitive statements.

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    2. Anonymous14:27

      Whether that is true or not, JU should do the same thing. Reducing excess staff with a mutual agreement is of vital interest to any prudent business.

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    3. Anonymous14:41

      Last Anon, please stick to the topic of discussion which is YM. You have other discussions where you can trash JU as much as you want.

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    4. Anonymous17:24

      Trashing? Lol where did you read that... Wow some people are fragile.

      Btw. I'm all for JU surviving, but it needs to do something, other then receive money from the government.

      Prudent does not mean trashing.

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    5. Anonymous19:57

      @Anon 14:27
      Evo, crnogorski izvor:
      https://www.vijesti.me/vijesti/ekonomija/468765/montenegro-airlines-zaposlenima-nudi-otpremnine

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    6. Anonymous21:01

      Anon 17.24

      It's trashing when you complain about JU on a topic that has NOTHING to do with them.

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    7. Anonymous23:34

      OK,
      If that's s what you think .. I guess my comment should be moved to the main article of the day. My bad.

      Have a nice day.

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    8. Anonymous05:39

      Yes, your comment would have been appropriate there especially since they already spoke about JU reducing its number of employees.

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  3. Anonymous14:42

    Montenegro keeps winning!

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  4. Anonymous15:25

    Nice to see the last true legacy in ex-YU react. I hope they also launch ZAG like it was rumored recently.

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    1. Anonymous15:34

      That was rumoured 3 years ago, not recently.

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  5. Anonymous21:01

    Fantastic news for BEG!

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