AnadoluJet plans Ankara - Podgorica service


Turkish Airlines’ lower cost unit AnadoluJet is expected to commence flights between Ankara and Podgorica during the 2023/24 winter season. Following talks with the Turkish Ambassador to Montenegro, Montenegro’s President, Jakov Milatović, said, “I am delighted by the increase in nonstop flights between our two countries and the introduction of services between Podgorica and Ankara this autumn”. The two capitals have never been linked with a scheduled nonstop air service. The number of flights between Montenegro and Turkey has grown this summer, with Turkish Airlines increasing frequencies on services from Istanbul to both Podgorica and Tivat, while Pegasus Airlines commenced operations from Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Montenegro’s capital.


  1. Anonymous13:55

    Why not Skopje, the demand I'm sure its better than Podgorica

    1. Anonymous14:06

      Because a large number of Turkish citizens work in Montenegro

    2. Anonymous14:13

      Crna Gora is on fire!

    3. Anonymous14:15

      tax is 3€

    4. Anonymous14:17


    5. Anonymous17:34

      Many Turkish companies are active in Montenegro... starting with tourism, IT, marketing, food business, etc. The largest number of foreign companies in Montenegro are from Turkey.

  2. Anonymous17:28

    How is Anadolujet doing on its other Ex Yu routes ?

  3. Anonymous23:58

    SJJ would be a clear choice for Ankara. However Anadolu is worse than PGS, Corendon or SunExpress

    1. Anonymous10:09

      Why worse ?!!!
      If you are miles and smiles member you can use all the benefits of Turkish Airlines
      Lounge everywhere, free luggage, priority boarding, also you have food in international flights etc


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