The Montenegrin national carrier will launch flights from Podgorica to the Armenian capital Yerevan this summer, linking the two cities for the first time. Montenegro Airlines will operate scheduled charters between the two capitals starting from July 11 every Thursday until the end of August.
The flights are being organized by the Armenian Sputnik tour operator as well as local tour operators Globus Tours and Talas M. Montenegro Airlines will operate the service with one of its Fokker 100s, Balkans.com
A return ticket for the inaugural service will amount to 500 euros or 300 euros one way. Subsequent flights will set passengers back 570 euros return or 380 euros one way. Armenia has never had air links to any of the republics of the former Yugoslavia.