Air Serbia resumed its flights to the Montenegrin capital Podgorica and the coastal city of Tivat on Wednesday.
A press release said that the company is planning 15 flights a week to Podgorica and 16 times a week to Tivat until the end of the summer season.
Air Serbia will resume twice-weekly flights on Fridays and Sunday between the southern Serbian city of Nis and Tivat on August 21.
The national airliner also plans to launch a flight linking Konstantin Veliki airport in Nis to Tivat as of August 21. The flights will take place twice a week – on Friday and Sunday, until September 20.
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“I am very pleased that conditions for resuming flights to Tivat and Podgorica have been met. Our passengers will have almost 60,000 seats available to them on flights between Serbia and Montenegro until the end of the summer season,” CEO of Air Serbia, Duncan Naysmith stated.
He added that Air Serbia would continue to closely monitor developments and will constantly adjust its Montenegro operations based on travel restrictions and demand.
Up to 296 flights to destinations in Montenegro are planned by the end of the summer season, Air Serbia said.
On August 15, Montenegro lifted the ban on the entry of Serbian citizens. Now, they need a valid PCR test to enter Montenegro. Serbia also removed the restrictions to the entry of Montenegrin citizens on its territory on August 15.
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