Jet2 delays new Tivat flights for third year


Leisure carrier Jet2 will delay the launch of its flights from London Stansted and Manchester to Tivat for a third year. Services were originally to commence in the summer of 2020 but were delayed until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic. They were then pushed back by another year, until April 30, 2022, and have now been delayed until 2023. The airline now plans to inaugurate the flights on April 29, 2023. Once launched, services will be maintained once per week over the summer months.


  1. Anonymous11:50

    They are already planning summer 2023??

    1. Maybe they should consult OU, ask help, and ask to copy their OSI-MUC scheduling, two week ahead they don't know yet which rotation and time it would be - that's how you do it, in the most professional manner, and all necessary advisors and consultants around

  2. Anonymous12:16

    Why even bother...


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