Montenegro Airlines Flights

Baggage Allowance Fees Established on October 24, 1994 by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Montenegro Airlines is the flag carrier of Montenegro, and its headquarters is based in Podgorica, the capital and largest city of Montenegro. Its primary hub is the Podgorica Airport, while its second base is maintained at Tivat Airport, which is located approximately 80km from each other.

Despite its establishment in 1994, it took the airlines two more years to purchase its first plane, the Fokker 28Mk 4000, in 1996. It commenced its first flight a year later on May 7, 1997, bound for Bari, Italy at exactly 10:30 in the morning. In 1998, it acquired its second Fokker 28Mk 4000, and things started to escalate for the airline, which flew around 16,000 passengers during the year, and even exceeded the quadrupled rate the following year to 70,000 passengers. Fast forward to the present, Montenegro Airlines now owns six modern aircrafts of four Embraer (three of which are Embraer 195, and one Embraer 190), and the modern two Fokker 100, which replaced the two Fokker 28Mk 4000. 

Why Fly with Montenegro Airlines

Baggage Allowance & Fees

Montenegro Airlines allows checked-in baggage for the convenience of the passengers. A maximum of two pieces of baggage are allowed for passengers travelling in the Business Class, with maximum weight of 32kg per piece, and maximum dimension of 158cm per piece (already the sum of the three dimensions of length, width, and height). For passengers travelling on the Economy Class, only one luggage is allowed, with maximum weight of 23kg per piece and maximum dimension of 158cm per piece. In excess of these, Montenegro Airlines will place a corresponding charge.

Where We Fly

Montenegro Airlines regularly flies to Zurich, Frankfurt, Rome, Paris, Ljubljana, Vienna, Belgrade, Moscow, and Copenhagen. In addition to the aforementioned regular flights, Montenegro Airlines also flies on charter flights to Bali, Brindisini, Naples, Athens, Corfu, Rhodes, Skiathos, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Riga, Hurgada, Brno, Ostrava, Graz, Klagenfurt, Dusseldorf, and Catania.

Airport Awards

Montenegro Airlines has been deemed as the most punctual airline in 2009, a feat unmatched by any other. It was bestowed upon by Russian aviation authorities and Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport after it examined and evaluated the accuracy and precision of traffic flying all air carriers that lands at Moscow Airport. Montenegro Airlines receives a grade of 100%, which was backed up by Moscow Aviation Authority that the airline does not have any record of a single minute delay in the flight. The award is reflective of the airlines quality, accuracy, and security. Also during the same year, Montenegro Airlines received the “Wild Beauty Award 2009 - the best travel website” which has been allocated by the Ministry of Tourism and the National Tourism Organization.


To avoid missing your flight, you should be at the airport at least 120 minutes or two hours before your scheduled departure time. An option to arrive earlier is recommended since you might encounter slight glitches during your check-in. The check-in counter closes 30 minutes before the flight. Montenegro Airlines is living up to its name as the most punctual airline.

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