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Montenegro Airlines was the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. The airline operated scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport (TGD) with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport (TIV). Montenegro Airlines operated scheduled flights to destinations across central, south, west and eastern Europe. Flying to 21 destinations in 9 countries including Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Austria, Slovenia, Serbia, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
The airline was founded on October 1994 and launched its first flight in 1997 with a service between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. Shortly after, it expanded its route network to offer flights to several destinations throughout Europe. When it stopped flying, the airline was the only Montenegrin airline offering regularly scheduled services. In December 2020, the airline stopped flying permanently due to financial losses as a result of the coronavirus 19 pandemic.
|Austria||Vienna||Vienna International Airport (VIE)|
|Denmark||Copenhagen||Copenhagen Airport (CPH) Seasonal|
|France||Lyon||Lyon-Saint-Exupery Airport (LYS) Seasonal|
|France||Paris||Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)|
|Germany||Dusseldorf||Dusseldorf Airport (TLS)|
|Germany||Hannover||Frankfurt Airport (FRA)|
|Germany||Frankfurt||Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL)|
|Germany||Leipzig/Halle||Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ)|
|Germany||Munich||Munich Airport (MUC)|
|Italy||Rome||Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO)|
|Russia||Moscow||Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME)|
|Russia||Saint Petersburg||Pulkovo Airport (LED)|
|Serbia||Belgrade||Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG)|
|Slovenia||Ljubljana||Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport (LJU)|
|Switzerland||Zurich||Zurich Airport (ZRH)|
|United Kingdom||London||London Gatwick International Airport (LGW)|
|Podgorica||Podgorica Airport (HUB)||TGD|
|Tivat||Tivat Airport (HUB)||TIV|
Passengers were entitled to one piece of free carry-on baggage on all flights, with a maximum weight of 10 kg. Baggage should not have exceeded the overall dimension of 115 cm (55 + 40 + 20 cm). This applied to passengers in both Economy Class and Business Class.
Passengers in Economy Class were entitled to one item of free checked baggage with a maximum weight of 23 kg and have an overall dimension of 158 cm.
Passengers in Business Class were entitled to two items of free checked baggage. This baggage must not have exceeded 32 kg overall and have an overall dimension of 158 cm.
Frequent Flyer Silver and Gold members who were travelling in Business Class were permitted to bring two checked bags, each weighing 34 kg and an overall dimension of 208 cm.
Economy Class was one of two cabin classes that Montenegro Airlines offers on its flights. The airline's friendly cabin crew were on hand to help with anything passengers might need.
Onboard, passengers could enjoy a light meal with hot and cold beverages.
Passengers could stay entertained onboard with Montenegro Airlines in-flight magazines.
Passengers could enjoy comfortable and spacious seating with a good amount of legroom.
Business Class was Montenegro Airlines most premium cabin class, with its highest standard of service and amenities. The Business Class cabin had an exclusive cabin crew that was dedicated to serving and helping Business Class passengers.
Passengers could enjoy a luxury Business Class meal crafted by professional chefs with a selection of hot and cold beverages to choose from.
Passengers in Business Class could enjoy spacious seating, with seats designed to give maximum comfort.
There was no in-flight entertainment onboard the airline.
The airline had no WiFi connectivity onboard.
The airline offered a wide selection of in-flight meals for passengers to choose from and have their tastebuds tantalised by well-crafted meals. Beverages (whether cold or hot) were available for passengers to orer.
Online check-in wasn't available for the airline and passengers must instead check-in for their flight at the airport on the day of departure.
The airline recommended passengers to check-in 2 hours before the flight's departure.
Montenegro Airlines rewarded those who flew frequently and were members of the Vision Team.
The amount a passenger paid for their Montenegro Airlines ticket determined the number of 'air miles' they earned (passengers must first have applied for membership in the Vision Team).
Vision Team members could exchange air miles for flights to any Montenegro Airlines destination, as well as use them to upgrade seats, cabin class or, during special promotions, use them to purchase flights at reduced prices for themselves or family members.
At the time that it stopped flying, the airline operated a fleet of narrow-body aircraft. Within its fleet, the airline had five planes with 1 on order.
Podgorica Airport (TGD) is an international airport serving Podgorica and was the hub of Montenegro Airlines. It's one of two international airports in Montenegro, the other being Tivat Airport. Podgorica Airport (TGD) facilitates flights from airlines flying all across Europe. It has one runway, one terminal building and serves more than one million passengers each year.
While Montenegro Airlines is the only airline that uses Podgorica Airport (TGD) as a hub, other airlines that operate to/from the airport include Air Serbia, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, LOT Polish and Turkish Airlines.