These are flights that have not been operating since mid-March, when the National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases introduced a temporary ban on flights at airports in Montenegro due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, Vecernje Novosti writes.
This decision of the Russian airline represents a strong blow to the stumbled Montenegrin economy, especially tourism.
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska's Central European Aluminium Company, CEAC, is suing Montenegro for "hundreds of millions of euros" over the failure of its plant in the capital Podgorica, the firm said in a statement on Monday.
The statement said the case will be heard in Cyprus, where the Russian company has its headquarters.
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.
State-owned national carrier Montenegro airlines on Tuesday admitted a net loss of 9.5 million euro in 2014, blaming the economic crisis for its poor financial performance.
The air traffic control agency, SMATSA, expects to earn more than 68 million eurofrom route charges in 2015, after some major European airlines relocated flight paths over Serbia and Montenegro due to the armed conflicts in Ukraine.