The airline was founded on 24 October 1994 by the government of Montenegro (then a part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), and the first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovcen"), was purchased in the autumn of 1996; the first flight was made on 7 May 1997. In April of 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). After the Montenegrin independence referendum, Serbia became an international market for Montenegrin companies. Montenegro Airlines had to cease international flights from Serbia to countries other than Montenegro. Montenegro Airlines is currently in the process of privatisation. It will initially offer 30% of the stock.
About the airline
Montenegro Airlines d.o.o., operating as Montenegro Airlines, is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. Its primary hub is Podgorica Airport, and a second base is maintained at Tivat Airport. All Montenegro Airlines flights are international, as Montenegro"s two airports are 80 kilometres (50 mi) away from each other.
It operates scheduled services in Europe, as well as charter flights throughout Europe during the summer months, including these following countries: Serbia, Denmark, Germany, Slovenia, UK, Russia, France, Kosovo, Italy, Macedonia, Austria and Switzerland.
The Montenegro Airlines fleet consists of 3 Embraer E-195LR and 5 Fokker 100.
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