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"Pobeda" removed tickets to Montenegro from open sale

Victory removed tickets to Montenegro from open sale

Ранее "Victory" claimedthat flights from Moscow to Tivat will start on November 28 and will be operated on Saturdays. In addition to Montenegro, flights to Armenia, the United Arab Emirates and Cyprus were planned. However, officially air traffic has been resumed only with the United Arab Emirates.

At the moment, the Federal Air Transport Agency has granted admission to regular flights to 12 countries. The airlines received permits for flights to Belarus, Israel, Cyprus, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Slovakia, Uzbekistan, Finland, Croatia, Cuba and the Maldives. According to the order of the Federal Air Transport Agency.

By now, it has already been allowed to fly to Turkey, Great Britain, Tanzania, Switzerland, Egypt, UAE, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Serbia.

Meanwhile Montenegro Airlines plans flights to Belgrade, Ljubljana, Paris and St. Petersburg. The airline is expected to operate 300 flights (including return) and will be able to receive 32 passengers within the next month.

Montenegro Airlines will operate flights from Podgorica to Belgrade, Frankfurt, Paris, Ljubljana and Zurich. And from the airport in Tivat - to Belgrade and St. Petersburg.

In addition, from December 1 to the end of the month Air Serbia plans to operate 1040 flights (including return flights). The airline reports that 116 seats are already available for sale.

The carrier will operate flights from Belgrade to 29 destinations. These include Athens, Amsterdam, Banja Luka, Brussels, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London Heathrow Airport, Larnaca, Ljubljana, Moscow, New York, Oslo, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Stuttgart, Sarajevo, Sofia , Skopje, Stockholm, Tivat, Tirana, Thessaloniki, Vienna, Zurich and Zagreb. 

From Niš, the airline will operate only one route to Khan twice a week. 

The majority of flights - 52,2% of all flights - will be operated by Airbus A320 aircraft, 41% by ATR72 aircraft, 4,6% by Boeing 737 aircraft and 2,3% by Airbus A330 aircraft. 

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