Montenegro Airlines begins rent-a-bus operations


Montenegro Airlines in bankruptcy has launched a new service, leasing out minibuses, with the capacity to seat eight and eighteen passengers. It is part of the trustee’s strategy to generate revenue to increase the bankruptcy’s estate. Since terminating all operations on December 25, 2020 and declaring bankruptcy, Montenegro Airlines has reopened its sales offices where it acts as a travel agent, selling tickets, organising transfers for passengers and tour packages. Recently, the company said it plans to establish line maintenance for Embraer 195 and Fokker 100 aircraft at Belgrade Airport after leasing premises.


  1. Anonymous10:32

    At this point, let them sell fruit on the streets

    1. Anonymous10:36

      hahaha in the end it will come down to that.

    2. Anonymous14:47

      Still better than Adria's selling of napkins and utensils.

  2. Anonymous11:24

    They have funds to offer new services but no money to pay back debts, nice.

  3. If it was only April first...

  4. Anonymous13:40

    Da li je vozac autobusa neki pilot ili neko iz stecajne uprave ?


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