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NewsMontenegro, Air Montenegro has started selling tickets for flights to Prague

Montenegro, Air Montenegro has started selling tickets for flights to Prague

National airline Air Montenegro has started selling tickets for flights to Prague, Bratislava and Brno, the company announced.

“Flights from Tivat to Prague will take place four times a week from May, twice as many as this year, while the first flights on the new routes from Tivat to Brno and from Podgorica to Bratislava will start from June next year,” they said. representatives of Air Montenegro.

As announced by the Air Montenegro company, intensive preparation for the next season is underway and the establishment of old and new destinations to which it will operate.

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“We use the winter period to prepare in time for the next season, which, we are sure, will be even more successful than this year’s.” We plan to expand the fleet and restart flights to destinations that have proven to be very attractive for tourists coming to our country this year,” Air Montenegro said.

They added that final preparations are underway for the opening of lines to new cities, and they see special potential in the Czech market, where there is great interest from passengers.

“Starting next year, we will fly to Prague and Brno, and due to high demand, we plan to increase the number of flights that will take place until October.” At the moment, we are also registering great interest from Slovakian tourists, who will have direct flights to Podgorica from Bratislava,” Air Montenegro said.

They believe that connecting with those destinations will contribute to the extension of the tourist season and the promotion of Montenegro as a year-round destination.

As they reminded, Air Montenegro flew to 16 different cities this year, including Paris, Nantes, Lyon, Zurich, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Prague, Banja Luka, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Katowice, Yerevan and Cairo.

In addition to those destinations, Air Montenegro plans to introduce new ones from next year, local media reports.

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