SunExpress to launch new Pristina and Podgorica flights


Turkish leisure operator SunExpress will commence new seasonal summer flights from Izmir to both Pristina and Podgorica next year. Services will start on June 3 and June 4 respectively and operate twice per week with the Boeing 737-800 aircraft until the end of September. SunExpress already maintains seasonal summer flights between Antalya and Pristina, while the new route to Podgorica marks its entry onto the Montenegrin market. “There is unprecedented demand from Turkey for travel to Montenegro. Turkish Airlines has increased its frequencies to the country, while Pegasus Airlines has also launched operations. Jointly with Air Montenegro there are currently 33 weekly flights between the two nations. Our aim is for that figure to grow to fifty weekly flights”, the Ambassador of Turkey to Montenegro, Baris Kalkavan, said.

Further details for the new Izmir - Pristina service can be found here, while additional information for the Podgorica flights can be viewed here.


  1. Anonymous13:42

    Montenegro keeps winning!

  2. Anonymous13:55

    They should relaunch Ljubljana

    1. Anonymous14:27

      Maybe and LJU will be added to the network soon.

  3. Anonymous09:40

    LJU will be hard as market is limited and already there are charters to AYT. What they are looking is probably SJJ and BEG but it will be very hard to get approval

  4. Anonymous12:14

    When will we see SJJ from them? İs there a ban imposed by Turkish and Pegasus or what?


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