Eurowings to launch new Tivat service


Lufthansa’s low cost subsidiary Eurowings will add a new seasonal service between Berlin and Tivat next summer. Flights will operate once per week starting May 4 until the end of the summer season in late October. Further details can be viewed here. The new service will complement Eurowings’ existing seasonal operations from Dusseldorf and Stuttgart to the Montenegrin coast. Eurowings is the latest airline to add new flights to Tivat for next year, joining the previously announced Air Montenegro (Baku and Izmir), easyJet (Bristol and London Luton), Jet2 (Birmingham and London Stansted), and Norwegian (Copenhagen and Riga).


  1. Anonymous13:34

    They should open Ljubljana too, flights were full

    1. Anonymous14:11

      Couldn't agree more.

    2. Anonymous15:50

      Could work for longer into the season as well

  2. Anonymous13:53

    Looks like Montenegro will completely replace Russian tourists with Europeans.
    Far more preferable and sustainable in the long term source of tourism.
    Shame thing already happened to Bulgaria, Cyprus, Malta.

    1. Anonymous13:55

      It's not even close. Look at the disastrous results at TIV this year

    2. Anonymous13:59

      I'm talking about next year which will be the year that Montenegro's tourism (like most of the European countries) will have recover from Covid and the Russian invasion.

    3. Anonymous16:00

      13:53, you are absolutely true. There used to be like around up to 30-40 weekly flights from Moscow to Burgas and also various Belarussians and Ukrainians. The Black Sea is heavily affected by the war. Although Burgas was "replaced" by Poles in 2023. There were Ukranian 757s operating from Poland in summer 2023. But, MNE also is increasing TK, opening more new UK routes and Air Montenegro is growing slowly, but nicely.
      TIV - 9 new routes so far
      TGD - 4 new routes

      We may expect more routes in January 2024, who knows....

    4. Anonymous18:52

      There will be more new routes for sure.

    5. Anonymous19:45

      Preferable and sustainable only until the next crisis evolves ...


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