Montenegro Airlines

It's confirmed: "Montenegro Airlines" denied a permit to land at the Belgrade airport

This information was confirmed to Tanjug in the Directorate of Civil Aviation.
The government in Podgorica announced on Monday that it had decided to reopen borders with a number of countries as of June 1st, but they remained closed to Serbia and Republika Srpska.

Serbia issues countermeasure against Montenegro's decision: Montenegro Airline banned

Previously, the Government of Montenegro made a decision to open the borders of its country for as many as nine countries, excluding Serbia.
The explanation of this decision, which "Blic" had an insight into, states that as the stated measure is still in force, the citizens of Serbia have been prevented from entering Montenegro.

Montenegro Seeks to Lure More Russian Tourists

Montenegro's tourism business is gearing up for the summer, expecting more Russian tourists than in previous years.

On Thursday, the tourism authorities presented the country's offer at the largest Moscow travel and tourism fair, MITT, saying that, "trends show that more Russian tourists are interesting to visit Montenegro."

Serbian pilot lands passenger plane after midair explosion

Pilot Vladimir Vodopivec on February 2 managed to safely land a commercial aircraft after an explosion ripped off a part of its fuselage near the right wing.

Daily Blic said the pilot is a 64-year-old Belgrader who in the past worked for Serbia's Jat Airways and Montenegro Airlines, and now flies for Daallo Airlines.

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