Air Montenegro becomes IATA member

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Air Montenegro has become the 306th member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The carrier has been allocated the designator code “4O”. It marks a significant milestone for the airline, as it will now be able to conclude codeshare agreements and elevate its commercial cooperation with other carriers. Montenegro also uses “4O” as the registration country code prefix on all civilian aircraft. The airline’s newly appointed CEO, Mark An┼żue, recently outlined IATA membership as one of the carrier’s top priorities.

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  1. Anonymous13:32

    So the flights numbers are changing?

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    1. Anonymous13:36

      Yep

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    2. Anonymous14:29

      Any idea when the flight numbers will be changed?

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    3. Anonymous14:55

      Why would they change flight numbers? They may opt to display them 4O150 instead of MNE150 and that is all.

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    4. Anonymous09:55

      Not instead MNE. MNE is the ICAO code (callsign for ATC), 4O is the IATA code (commercial).

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  2. Anonymous13:50

    Finally

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  3. Anonymous14:04

    Amazing news! MNE such a small country but achieving a lot in aviation. Bravo!

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  4. Anonymous14:08

    Z6, Z3? is their code now ?

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    1. Anonymous14:09

      They didn't have a code up until now as they were not IATA members.

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  5. Anonymous14:37

    Vidis da pise 4O koja 36 33

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  6. Anonymous14:52

    I know it does not make any difference but 4O is such a poor choice, both as a country code and as an airline code.

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    1. Anonymous11:13

      You cannot pick your IATA designated code. It is assigned by IATA.

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  7. Anonymous14:52

    Finally, I assume a codeshare with JU is coming?

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    1. Anonymous22:00

      I may be wrong, but I expect they'll sign their first codeshare agreement with Air Serbia.

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  8. Anonymous15:06

    Montenegro keeps winning!

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    1. Anonymous15:36

      With 4O it really does not.

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    2. Anonymous16:49

      +1

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  9. Anonymous15:14

    The stupidest thing is that 4O looks like a "four zero"... why didn't they use letters only is beyond me

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    1. Anonymous17:42

      Maybe no letters were available.

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  10. Anonymous17:30

    AirArabia uses 3O, they could've gotten something better

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  11. Anonymous11:15

    IATA kod nikada nije ni bio problem dobiti.

    Ono sto se cekalo i sto je produzilo ceo proces jeste odluka/odugovlacenje sa odlukom Montenegro Airlines-a u stecaju i njegovih stecajnih upravnika (posto ih je bilo dva) da li ce YM kod biti ‘ustupljen’ novoj kompaniji koja bi u tom slucaju preuzimanja koda imala beneficija kod odabira PSS-a, tj. imala bi odskrinuta vrata Amadeus-a i njegovog sistema (te vec postavljenih sistemskih podesavanja, code-share ugovora itd.)

    Obzirom da je ocigledno da se YM fijasko i tromost (citaj neinteresovanje) vlasnika nastavio i dalje, ocigledno Air Montenegro vise nije mogao cekati. Velika steta pre svega za CG, jer ovim je definitivno zatvorio vrata Crne Gore sto se tice Amadeusa (bilo koje buduce kompanije ukoliko je bude bilo i posle Air Montenegra).

    U svakom slucaju – Air Montenegru sa srecom 4O.

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