Air Astana to launch Podgorica operations


The national carrier of Kazakhstan, Air Astana, will commence seasonal operations from Nursultan and Almaty to Podgorica this summer. Services will operate twice per week, with flights from Nursultan to be inaugurated on June 9, while Almaty will follow a day later. Both will be served by the 179-seat Airbus A321neo aircraft. Podgorica becomes Air Astana’s first destination in the former Yugoslavia. Further details for flights from the Kazakh capital can be found here, while additional on the Almaty service can be viewed here. Operations will be maintained until mid-September.

Air Astana A321neo economy class cabin


  1. Anonymous10:38


  2. Anonymous10:39

    Can't say I saw this one coming... If anything I would imagine Tivat flights instead coming from them.

  3. Anonymous11:08

    Makes sense.

  4. Anonymous12:01

    Nursultan looks perfect to me for JU when it comes to transfer Passengers.

  5. Anonymous16:47

    Montenegro is already well known as summer destination in the whole former Soviet Union.
    Thus this choice is not so surprising at all.
    Of course Belgrade would be logic next step as Kazakhstanis dont need visas for Serbia.


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