European Air Charter eyes Tivat flights


Bulgarian charter airline European Air Charter intends on introducing flights from Tivat this coming winter season. The carrier plans on operating a one weekly service from the coastal city to Munich, Dusseldorf and Leipzig, although no exact launch date has yet been set. The Bulgarian carrier has fourteen aircraft in its fleet, including six Airbus A320s and eight MD-82s. This winter season only Air Serbia and Air Montenegro plan to run scheduled flights from Tivat. Despite interest from Russian carriers to serve the city, Russia has extended its ban on nonstop flights between the two countries until further notice.


  1. Why did Russia ban flights between them and Montenegro?

    1. Anonymous13:01

      Officially corona, unofficially political reasons.

  2. Anonymous14:03

    Very nice, the last MD-80s flying in Europe


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