Air Montenegro’s 2022/23 winter season network, which begins this Sunday, will be made up of three destinations outside of the country – Belgrade, Ljubljana and Istanbul. The carrier will run double daily flights from the Montenegrin capital to Belgrade and between two and four weekly rotations to Ljubljana. It plans to operate two weekly flights to the Slovenian capital for three weeks in November, with one week seeing four weekly services. From December, flights on the route will run three times per week until the end of the winter season. The carrier will also operate two one-off flights from Podgorica to Istanbul, on November 10 and November 19. Notably Air Montenegro will not be serving Frankfurt this winter, despite initially scheduling a two weekly service.
From Tivat, Air Montenegro will run a daily service to Belgrade and between four and five weekly flights to Istanbul. Although it will operate four weekly rotations to Turkey’s largest city for two weeks in November, the rest of the winter season will see the Montenegrin flag carrier maintain five weekly flights, local media reports.