Air Montenegro decided to add more flights on its route from Tivat to Belgrade, Serbia, due to high demand.
Montenegrin airline will operate 60 additional flights on that popular summer route between the largest Serbian city and the Adriatic coast during July and August, which is more than double than previously planned.
Air Montenegro started operating from 10 July with Podgorica – Belgrade as the maiden flight. The fleet of the new Montenegrin airline still consists of a single Embraer E-195 (4O-AOA), but the second is on its way. To match with the high demand, airline wet-leased one Embraer E-190 from the small German Airways.
According to the actual published timetable, this leased aircraft will be in use untill the end of July, when it is expected to be replaced by the second Embraer E-195 owned by Air Montenegro itself. The aircraft acquitted by bankrupted Montenegro Airlines is registered as 4O-AOB, and it’s waiting for an operating license that was expired while the plane was grounded.
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