PHOTOS: Austrian Airlines touches down in Tivat

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Austrian Airlines launched operations between Vienna and Tivat over the weekend, with the coastal town becoming its second destination in Montenegro after Podgorica. The seasonal service will be maintained three times per week with a mix of Embraer E195 and Airbus A320 aircraft. Commenting on the route launch Lufthansa Group’s Representative for Montenegro and Serbia, Katarina Bailla, said, “Austrian Airlines has responded to high demand for travel to Montenegro with the introduction of three weekly flights between Vienna and Tivat. In addition to our double daily rotation between Vienna and Podgorica, Austrian Airlines will have seventeen weekly flights to Montenegro”.







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  1. Anonymous13:31

    Austrian is definitely the best European Airline!

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    1. Anonymous13:52

      Lol

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    2. Anonymous15:24

      Maybe the best Austrian company.

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  2. Anonymous13:36

    Those horrible red socks 🤦‍♀️.

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    1. Anonymous22:59

      Horrible? They look really stylish and cool!

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    2. Anonymous12:20

      We have a saying. Ако немаш паметно да кажиш, ќути!

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    3. Anonymous08:03

      Excuse me, what makes you think you are smart or that you are the one whose opinion is the only correct and allowed one?

      I stand by my opinion, that their uniforms are really nice, a real USP, immediately recognizable and it always makes me chuckle inside when I see them.

      More topic related, congrats to OS for opening this route, it was long overdue.

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  3. Anonymous13:49

    Montenegro keeps winning!

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  4. JU520 BEGLAX04:10

    MNE at the coast has more and more top notch international branded luxury hotels, no wonder it has won attention abroad. The Kotor Bay area is an attraction, the country's landscape is attractive, so MNE definitely keeps winning.

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  5. Anonymous06:33

    OS really has the worst uniforms

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