04 Jun 2020, 10:04 AM
June 4, 2020 - The airports of Tivat and Podgorica are officially open from June 1 for commercial flights for citizens of countries where the rate of active coronavirus cases is less than 25 per 100,000 inhabitants.
As announced, the list will be updated once a week by the National Coordination Body for the Fight against Infectious Diseases. Slovenia currently includes Slovenia, Croatia, Slovakia, Georgia, Switzerland, Albania, Austria, Norway, Monaco, Kosovo, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Israel. , the Czech Republic, Finland, and Estonia. Among them, however, are not some of the countries leading in the number of passengers on scheduled airlines to Montenegro before the coronavirus, such as Serbia, Russia, Turkey, Great Britain, France, or Italy.
"We can't wait for the first flights and passengers. Welcome."- they said on the Instagram on that occasion from the Airports of Montenegro (ACG) because that company has been practically wholly blocked since March.
However, unofficially, the Airports of Montenegro sees the latest decision of the NKT to allow the resumption of regular air traffic with countries below 25 coronavirus cases per 100,000 inhabitants, established by Montenegrin epidemiologists, as completely useless.  It will certainly not lead to a recent resumption of commercial air traffic in our country as it is set now.
"It is illusory to expect any airline to start flying to Montenegro again when it does not know for sure whether these flights will last only one, two or seven days or maybe more because there is always the possibility of an increase in the number in the meantime. Until yesterday, for example, on the list of "allowed" were Ireland and Northern Macedonia, which today, however, are not more on the list of countries whose citizens can enter Montenegro without being quarantined. No one serious in air traffic can, under such "slippery" conditions, where you can, and tomorrow or the day after tomorrow you can't fly, plan the renewal of traffic for Montenegro. The aviation industry is a much more severe and complex activity than that."- said our interlocutor from the top of ACG, who insisted on anonymity.
According to him, the Airports of Montenegro, in cooperation with some of its business partners - foreign airlines and Montenegro Airlines, had previously planned to resume regular commercial air traffic from our airports for the second half of June. With this decision of NKT, everything falls and takes us at least ten steps back from that plan. "
By the way, all countries in the region of former Yugoslavia have already renewed regular air traffic or are doing so under far more liberal and flexible conditions to prevent the possible spread of Covid-19 from Montenegro, which is at the same time, by far the most dependent on air traffic in the context of achieving more tangible commercial results of the summer tourist season as the main driver of the Montenegrin economy.
NKT's decisions not to allow Serbian citizens to enter Montenegro without being quarantined have already caused enormous damage to air traffic with that country as one of the most important markets for both the Airports of Montenegro and the national airline Montenegro Airlines. Montenegro banned landing in Belgrade. The inability to fly on its busiest and at the same time the most profitable routes from Tivat and Podgorica to Belgrade for MA is a "nail in the coffin" of that company burdened with numerous debts. Serbia is one of the most important business partners in our airports. The lines of that company and MA from Belgrade with Montenegro this summer should have been the most frequent in the region of former Yugoslavia and one of the most frequent in all of Eastern Europe.
31 May 2020, 23:20 PM
May 31, 2020 - The Institute of Public Health (IJZ) has updated the list of countries from which arrival and stay in Montenegro will be allowed from June 1. Northern Macedonia and Ireland are no longer on the list, in which, after the cases confirmed today, the coronavirus case rate has increased.
The list includes:
Albania, Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Botswana, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Bhutan, Chad, Central African Republic , Czech Republic, Denmark, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dominica, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Esvatini, Ethiopia, Fiji, Philippines, Finland, Gambia, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Greenland, Georgia, Guyana, Guatemala, Guinea, Haiti, Croatia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iceland, East Timor, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Yemen, Jordan, South Africa, South Korea, South Sudan, Cambodia, Cameroon, Kenya, China, Kyrgyzstan, Comoros, Congo, Kosovo, Costa Rica , Cuba, Laos, Lesotho, Latvia, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Hungary, Malawi, Malaysia, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Myanmar, Monaco, Mongolia, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Niger , Nigeria, Nicaragua, Germany, Norway, New Zealand, Ivory Coast, Pak Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Slovak Republic, Rwanda, Seychelles, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Syria, Slovenia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Suriname, Switzerland, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Tajikistan, Thailand, Tanzania, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uganda, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
IJZ states that the decision to mitigate the measures was based on three groups of criteria, respecting the EU recommendations.
"These are primarily epidemiological criteria, as a primary group of indicators that should indicate that the spread of the disease has slowed significantly in certain countries. A steady reduction in the number of new cases, hospitalization rates, and the number of patients in units has been taken into account. 
"Epidemiological assessment and analysis of the disease showed that the rate of active cases from 25 per 100,000 inhabitants indicates the level of local transmission which represents an acceptable risk for unhindered movement and stay of the inhabitants of these countries in Montenegro," the IPH states.
The second group of indicators is the capacities of Montenegro's health system, primarily those related to adequate epidemiological processing, as well as possible clinical care of the potential influx of imported cases, including capacities for hospitalization, evacuation, transport and transport and contact monitoring, the Institute added.
The last group of criteria referred, as they say, to the availability of testing capacity that would be necessary for the timely detection and monitoring of possible re-spread of the virus.
"Based on such defined criteria, we have reduced the risk of making decisions based on assumptions or incomplete information or ad hoc decision-making that would at this time and this level of disease threaten the public health of all citizens of Montenegro. We are aware that before this first phase of border easing, many families were separated and cut off from each other for a long time. If we all managed to stay saved for so long, we are sure that few more days or weeks, when many states will manage to reach our criteria, will not represent a great sacrifice that we will all make together, no matter which side of the border we are on ", conclude the Institute.
31 May 2020, 22:26 PM

May 31, 2020 - The National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases (NKT) decided that, from tomorrow, June 1, Montenegro will open all road border crossings to neighboring countries that were closed as part of measures against the spread of coronavirus.

At midnight, the further border crossings open:

With the Republic of Albania:

- Grnčar - Baškim, on the road Plav - Shkodra and
- Sukobin - Murićan on the way Ulcinj - Shkodra.

With Bosnia and Herzegovina:

- Šćepan Polje - Hum, on the road Plužine - Foča,
- Šula - Vitina, on the road Pljevlja - Foča,
- Sitnica - Zupci on the road Herceg Novi - Trebinje and
- Meteljka - Metaljka on the road Pljevlja - Čajniče.

With the Republic of Croatia Kobila - Vitaljina, on the road Herceg Novi - Vitaljina - Dubrovnik.

With the Republic of Serbia:

- Ranče - Jabuka, on the road Pljevlja - Prijepolje,
- Vuče - Godovo on the road Rožaje - Tutin, and
- Čemerno on the road Pljevlja - Priboj.

The Government announced that the traffic of passengers and goods at these road border crossings would take place following the measures of the NKT. The new measure adopted on Thursday stipulates that when entering Montenegro, the quarantine measure does not prescribe to Montenegrin citizens and foreigners with permanent or temporary residence in our country entering from countries rates of confirmed active cases of coronavirus infection less than 25 cases per 100,000 inhabitants from the list of the Institute of Public Health as well as foreign nationals who are residents of countries on the list and enter from countries on that list.

On the list of countries that currently meet the epidemiological criteria are: Slovenia, Iceland, Croatia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Albania, Austria, Norway, Monaco, Kosovo, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Denmark, Lithuania, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Israel, Northern Macedonia, the Republic of Ireland, the Czech Republic, Finland, and Estonia.

The road border crossing Vraćenovići - Deleuša with Bosnia and Herzegovina on the road Nikšić - Bileća, which was closed on February 27 due to the construction of border infrastructure, remains temporarily closed.

29 May 2020, 11:57 AM
May 29, 2020 - Montenegro opens its borders to Croatia on June 1, but Croatian borders remain closed to Montenegrin citizens. Serbia allowed the arrival of Montenegrin citizens, but Montenegro did not list Serbia among the first countries to whose citizens it plans to open its borders. Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina will not be able to enter Montenegro, but Montenegrins are welcome to Bosnia.
The Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabić, stated today that the message of Podgorica that the citizens of Serbia are undesirable in Montenegro is "clear" to her. She assessed for B92 television that Montenegro's decision to open the country's borders to the citizens of several countries, but not Serbia, is wrong. It represents a "classic case when politicking obscures economic interest and what is good for your economy and citizens."
She also stated that she believes that Podgorica will change that decision under the pressure of the tourism sector.
"I believe that there will be a lot of pressure from hoteliers because tourism is the most significant part of their economy, and that is why our citizens are perfect tourists. Eventually, they will give in, and I believe they will invite us to come to Montenegro. I urge citizens not to go where they are undesirable, but wherever they go, the Government of Serbia will be open for cooperation, "the Prime Minister stated.
She reiterated that Serbia respects Montenegro as a neighboring country and advocates for regional stability and better connections to improve the citizens' quality of life.
"I do not understand that some colleagues in the region do not understand that we as a region can progress and raise the quality of life of the citizens of Serbia, BiH, Montenegro only if we work together, if the region is peaceful, stable, better connected," said the Prime Minister.
She stated that she does not want to interfere in the internal affairs of Montenegro, but also added that her constitutional obligation as Prime Minister and the requirement of Serbia as a state is to take care of Serbs in Montenegro, to protect their rights.
She assessed that by reciprocity, "we will not get anything" and that it is meaningless to close Serbia's borders for 28% of Serbs living in Montenegro.
"We do not want to participate in these games of the past, but we are facing the future. I invite the citizens of Montenegro to come to Serbia. We are an open country, we want people to come here, that is our policy and will not change because someone else's strategy is entirely different ", said the Serbian Prime Minister.
Asked about Croatia's decision not to open its borders to Serbian citizens, she said that Zagreb made that decision only for EU members and that she assumed that "something does not count excessively on tourists from Serbia."
"I think more about how to best present all the beauties of our country to our citizens who often know foreign countries better than our tourist destinations. I invite our citizens to stay during the summer in Serbia and rely on the beauties and services in their country because it is in terms of health security the safest, and thus directly help the domestic economy in a challenging year ", said Ana Brnabić.
Commenting on the absence of EU reactions to Podgorica's decision, she said that full membership in the Union remains Serbia's strategic path, but added that sometimes the lack of response is a reaction.
At yesterday's session of the Government, Croatia decided to open the borders for ten European countries, among which there is no Montenegro, Croatian media report.
At the beginning of the Government session, President Andrej Plenković said that this decision was made, as he said, due to the excellent results of Croatia in recent days. He said that the borders would be open for tourists from ten European countries, and the list will be expanded, he says, following the situation.
Previously, Montenegro did something similar, so Serbs are not allowed to travel there for now.
Croatian Minister of Health Vili Beroš stated that there had been no new infected with COVID-19 in Croatia for the last four days.
"We are among the most successful countries in the fight against KOVID-19 in Europe and the world - he said, adding that since the measures were relaxed, we have a small number of newly infected people and a favorable epidemiological situation," Beroš said. He added that he was sure that as the situation progressed, the list of countries would expand.
The Minister in the Government of Croatia, Davor Božinović, explained that citizens from ten countries on the list will no longer have to state the reasons for entering Croatia, but will enter the country as before the coronavirus pandemic.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is opening its borders for the entry of citizens of all neighboring countries as of June 1, the chairman of the BiH Council of Ministers, Zoran Tegeltija, confirmed on Thursday.
"We have decided to open the borders with neighboring countries from June 1 without any restrictions related to testing for COVID-19," Tegeltija told reporters in Sarajevo after the session of the Council of Ministers.
He added that all restrictions on passenger traffic with neighbors had been lifted even though some neighboring countries, namely Croatia and Montenegro, still retain restrictions on the entry of BiH citizens. "Unfortunately  neighboring countries were not kind to BiH in the same way," Tegeltija said. All Bosnian airports will be open for international traffic, so from June 1, a complete renewal of air traffic is possible.
Montenegro annunced yesterday that its borders will be open from June 1 also to the citizens of Bosnia.
28 May 2020, 17:57 PM
May 28, 2020 - The strategy for the development of tourism in the Municipality of Tivat until 2024 aims to position this city among Green Destinations - tourist destinations with an offer throughout the year, preserving unique features, promoting existing and new experiences, and providing additional value for the entire tourism industry chain.
As pointed out by TO Tivat, special attention must be paid to the local community's continuous involvement in the development of tourism, the quality of life of citizens, and the sustainability of the destination, which is an essential and unavoidable goal.
"Tivat as an already well-known tourist city to justify its place on the list of favorite tourist destinations in June starts the process of the primary analysis, coordination and definition of existing and new activities, with a chance to receive certification by Green Destinations after detailed reporting, sustainable improvement and neutral assessments by international experts. Green Destinations, a non-profit foundation for sustainable tourism development and recognition, offers support in the process of sustainable development, all through the active involvement of the local community and the business sector, "they point out.
As they explain, together with their partners, they support more than 200 destinations in over 50 countries around the world, when it comes to responsible tourism on globally recognized principles.
"The program also strives for sustainable development goals. Green Destinations or Quality Coast certification, more than any other, offers recognizability and Visibility of the destination in the market. It provides tourists with information on clean, green, and responsible destinations. Joining Green Destinations Tivat expects benefits such as independent assessment of the pros and cons of the destination, detailed proposals for improving tourism with an emphasis on "green solutions", global recognition through Green Destinations or Quality Coast Awards - certification, recognition of good practices that have been implemented, as well as a free connection with the global community of destinations that strive for sustainable tourism, which gather every year at the international event Global Green Destinations Days ", explained from TO Tivat.
This network and events offer a unique opportunity for destinations around the world to share good practice examples and examples of how to achieve sustainable goals.
"Visibility in the market: Successful members have permission to use the achieved status in marketing (logos, banners, flags); and are found on an increasing number of platforms for the promotion of sustainable travel (Good Travel Guide,, Green Destinations Collection). The criteria of this program are recognized by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council ( At the end of a demanding and ambitious process, the destination can be accredited by this council. In the region, Slovenia is the country that works most successfully with this program ", states the TO Tivat.
The focus of this program is six "topics". These are destination management, nature, and environment, environment and climate, culture and tradition, social welfare, business, and catering. The realization of the entire process will include the public and private sectors from the representatives of the Municipality, local economy, investors, local community.
"Working efficiently in all these aspects, towards the goal of obtaining this certificate, Tivat will once again justify its desire to become one of the leading tourist destinations and that through an adequate, strategic process. It will be a better place to live for locals and tourists who visit it. In terms of monitoring the national tourism strategy and in 2021, 30 years of constitutional commitment as an ecological state," they point out.
TO Tivat will manage this process and organize the first meeting/workshop with the public and private sector in June.
27 May 2020, 22:21 PM

May 27, 2020 - The Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate informed Montenegro Airlines late yesterday afternoon that the right of the Montenegrin national airline to land at Belgrade's "Nikola Tesla" airport was suspended.

"Montenegro Airlines is about to fight for faster and better connection of Montenegro with airlines to all European destinations, and we will be committed to this task. The industry in which we operate should not depend on political decisions. Regardless of this unexpected decision of Belgrade, Serbia remains a part of our traffic plans, and we will try to contribute to the consequences of COVID-19, in the economic sense, being remedied as soon as possible, "said Montenegro Airlines.

The officials from the "Nikola Tesla" airport said yesterday that they did not have any official information that the Montenegrin national company's planes were forbidden to land. "We have not officially received anything, we have only seen in the media that the landing of Montenegro Airlines is prohibited," they stated.

The government in Podgorica announced on Monday that it had decided to reopen borders with some countries as of June 1st, but they remained closed to Serbia and Republika Srpska.

Montenegro Airlines announced yesterday that it is preparing for the renewal of commercial flights and that the first flights will be to Belgrade.

However, the Civil Aviation Directorate decided to deny permits to the Montenegrin airline. The explanation of the decision, they stated that the decision of the government in Podgorica violated the principle of reciprocity in the movement of passengers between the two countries.

It, as stated, directly affects the reciprocity in the operation of scheduled air transport referred to in Article 13, paragraph 1 of the Ordinance on the issuance of approval to foreign air carriers to operate international public air transport with the Republic of Serbia, to the detriment of registered airlines in Serbia.

Montenegro's decision on opening its borders with some countries, among which there's no Serbia, is not political but just related to the epidemic situation, said Montenegro's Prime Minister, Dusko Markovic, after the Prime Minister's Hour.

Montenegro's decision to keep its border with Serbia closed provoked sharp reactions from some Serbian officials. PM Markovic said that Montenegro wanted to act responsibly.

"There's no rational explanation for reactions from Belgrade. Serbia was the first one to close the border with Montenegro. It banned the export of medical equipment to Montenegro, the export of wheat as well. We never reacted to that. We thought such decisions were in the interest of their citizens", PM reminded, adding that the decision regarding borders is in the interest of Montenegrin citizens.

Commenting on Serbia's decision to ban Montenegro Airlines flights at Nikola Tesla Airport, PM Markovic said he would look for the alternatives.

"We think that the decision is not logical. We are going to look for alternatives, like for wheat. We are not going to ask for the explanation," Markovic said.

He pointed out that telephones "are in function and Serbian authorities can always call and ask anything regarding our decisions".

Source: CdM,

26 May 2020, 23:02 PM

The national airline, Montenegro Airlines (MA), has started preparations for commercial flights starting from June after an almost three-month suspension of flights due to the coronavirus pandemic. The plan is to have the first flights to Belgrade, but the overall traffic will still be reduced until 14 June 2020, including that date.

“It means that all flights to European destinations are still not allowed, except for Belgrade. In the beginning, flights to Belgrade, from Podgorica and Tivat, will be organized with reduced intensity but on a daily basis, i.e. from Podgorica – once or twice per day, and from Tivat – once per day every day,“ the national airline told CdM.

They expect the traffic to other regular European destinations to be allowed during the last week of June.

Montenegro will open its borders in early June, but only for certain countries, that is, for those with the same or similar epidemiological situation.

25 May 2020, 12:38 PM
May 25, 2020 - Montenegro is the last country in Europe to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is also the first to boast the status of a corona free destination after 68 days of the first recorded cases of infection. Therefore, it is not surprising that there is great interest when Montenegro will open its borders and approve the arrival of foreign citizens in our country.
For now, it is possible to come to Montenegro only by small private planes, but we expect additional liberalization of air and road traffic soon, which is still approved only for trucks and transfers organized through diplomatic missions.
The National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases has approved the opening of the Airports of Montenegro. As of May 20, general aviation flights with a maximum of ten passengers are allowed.
Crew and passengers are required to wear masks during and after the flight and inside the airport building. The crew must remain on the plane during the rotation, and if necessary, they can leave the aircraft in the parking area. Passengers must have a negative PCR test for SARS-COV-2 not older than 48 hours, as well as the crew if they enter Montenegro.
Upon arrival in Montenegro, passengers are issued a certificate that they are under health control, which includes regular self-monitoring of signs and symptoms of the disease. If they feel any signs and symptoms, they are required to report to a local epidemiologist. 
Passengers arriving in Montenegro on general aviation flights are not required to stay in quarantine for 14 or 28 days, which is a rule that applies to Montenegrin citizens returning to their country organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Tivat Airport procedure for general aviation flights

The take-off and landing of private, business and other flights of the General Aviation are coordinated with the Operations Center of Tivat Airport. The flight must be announced 24 hours before the scheduled take-off or landing, or in case of emergency on the same day. The Operations Center needs the following information: Name of the operator, type of aircraft, call sign, aircraft registration number, the maximum weight of the plane at take-off, data on the airport of departure/destination, date and estimated time of arrival/departure to/from Tivat Airport.
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The liberalization of cross-border road traffic is expected soon

When it comes to the liberalization of cross-border road traffic, the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases will wait for the suggestion of the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro. The director of this institution, Dr. Boban Mugoša, pointed out yesterday that, if there are no new cases of COVID-19 infection, Montenegro can declare the end of the epidemic on June 2. Still, he did not specify what that could mean in the context of international traffic.
The meeting of the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases with the officials of the Institute of Public Health is scheduled for today at 1 pm. Answering the question of TMN, the head of the Public Relations Bureau of the Government of Montenegro, Srdjan Kusovac, said that it is expected that the liberalization of cross-border road traffic will be one of the topics of today's meeting. The meeting is going to be followed by a press conference scheduled for 5 pm.
20 May 2020, 16:25 PM
May 20, 2020 - Public Company for National Parks of Montenegro - JPNPCG invites all nature lovers to visit all national parks free of charge on the occasion of the upcoming national holiday Independence Day - May 21 and important environmental dates of the International Biodiversity Day - May 22 and European Parks Day - May 24.
"Having in mind the pandemic, I would like to emphasize that the focus of interest of institutions and organizations dealing with nature protection is precisely the relationship between nature and health and that employees, despite the situation behind us, performed their regular activities." In addition to preserving and protecting our valuable natural resources, protected areas provide numerous ecosystem services and have an essential mission of connecting people with nature. That undoubtedly affects human health and well-being, said the director of JPNPCG Elvir Klica.
The employees of JPNPCG remind that the national parks of Montenegro provide undoubtedly the most beautiful conditions for a vacation in a healthy environment and protected nature. Visitors are offered various activities- hiking, educational and cycling trails, touring mountain lakes, sport fishing on Black, Biograd and Skadar lakes, bird watching in NP Skadar Lake, children's playgrounds in NP Durmitor, NP Lovcen and NP Biogradska Gora etc.
Visitors to the national parks of Montenegro must adhere to all temporary measures and recommendations of the Ministry of Health.
The General Assembly of the United Nations declared May 22 as the International Day for the Protection of Biodiversity to raise the awareness of citizens and increase understanding of the importance of its conservation and sustainable use.
The European Park Day was declared by the Federation of National Parks of Europe (EUROPARC) to draw public attention to the importance of green areas. This date was chosen to commemorate the proclamation of the first European national parks, or nine national parks in Sweden, on May 24, 1909. JPNPCG is a member of the EUROPARC Federation.
17 May 2020, 14:09 PM
May 17, 2020 - Since the beginning of the global pandemic COVID - 19, Porto Montenegro has respected and implemented all decisions of the Government of Montenegro and the World Health Organization when it comes to protection measures for employees, citizens and clients.
“Since the beginning of this global situation, we have created the concept of working from a virtual office, where we serve all our clients online. We inform them about all the new situations in the nautical resort and marina Porto Montenegro, and on the other hand, we organize various online events. From sessions, virtual conferences for ship captains, fitness sessions and other segments "- said Kristina Škanata PR Porto Montenegro.
- Marina Porto Montenegro has received all institutional approvals from the Government of Montenegro and nautical institutions for receiving boats and mooring in our marina for yachts up to 450 m.
Of course, crews have to go through all quarantine procedures, from 14-day quarantine to self-isolation, but the Porto Montenegro marina team is ready, and taking all protection measures to serve the crew on that ship. Of course, with social distance and all medical requirements.
Such is the situation with our tenants, over 60 boutiques, and as of today, catering facilities that can operate, all follow all the instructions of the competent authorities, says Škanata.
"We follow all the measures and instructions of the Government of Montenegro and analyze the global situation, given that we have a lot of clients who come from different meridians. We are in daily contact with them, they can't wait to come to Montenegro.
We think that Montenegro is just a delayed destination this summer, not for a month or two, we hope it will be, and on the other hand it depends on many other factors, borders and air traffic, but we hope, here is the first water transport we have all established, we have several yachts that have sailed into Porto Montenegro, and we hope for a good charter season ”- said Škanata.
17 May 2020, 13:58 PM

May 17, 2020 - Montenegro Airlines management has announced that they expect to have their first commercial flights in June.

Representatives of the national airline assume that the first flights will be established to destinations in the region, it was announced to Pobjeda from Montenegro Airlines.

"Having in mind the easing of restrictions in Montenegro as well as in a number of European countries in the last few days, we expect to have the first flights in June to destinations with a similar epidemiological situation," Pobjeda from Montenegro Airlines said.

Montenegro Airlines assumes that the first flights will be established to destinations in the region.

"Then, in the next month, flights would be established to all destinations to which we travel. Of course, provided that flying to those countries is allowed ", said Montenegro Airlines.

Passenger commercial air traffic in Montenegro has been suspended since March 16, except for the announced arrival of Montenegrin citizens through diplomatic and consular missions.

"At the moment, all Montenegro Airlines commercial flights are suspended until May 31. Of course, this is not a final decision, because the establishment of commercial air traffic depends on the decisions and guidelines of domestic and international bodies and authorities responsible for civil aviation, and also depends on the protocols relating to health measures and travel restrictions in countries to which MA is flying ", explained the representatives of the national airline, emphasizing that their fleet is ready to establish traffic.

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