Articles Tagged ‘Podgorica’
Montenegro Airlines ended just before New Year, with half of its 20-strong routes now unserved. We explore the carrier’s network and see what markets are now unserved.
Starting on 16 July, Air Serbia’s twice-weekly connection will be good for P2P demand and be timed for onward connectivity to eight destinations with 95,000.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
Montenegro sees passenger growth of 8% in 2012; Ryanair announces first flights to Podgorica will start in June
Bordered by Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, Montenegro has the Euro as its currency, but is not a member of the EU. Alitalia and Ryanair are both starting flights to the country this summer, as Montenegro Airlines continues to account for around 45% of traffic.
Montenegro sees air passenger growth of 16% in 2010; Montenegro Airlines reconsiders Brussels, Milan routes
Montenegro may not have a huge air transport market but it is growing, and the country’s two main airports of Podgorica and Tivat have welcomed new services in recent years. But what plans does the country’s national airline have for its fleet redevelopment?
Now independent of Serbia, the country has two major commercial airports in Podgorica and Tivat, where traffic grew by over 20% to more than a million passengers in 2007. The national airline is ready to take delivery of its first Embraer 195 and has plans to expand its route network to the UK and Scandinavia. Where do the current F100s fly?