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Airlines add nine direct flights to Montenegro

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Travelers headed to Montenegro this summer will find quicker options now that airlines have added nine direct routes to Tivat airport.

Flydubai has direct flights from Dubai twice a week – only the second Middle East destination after Tel Aviv that is now connected with Tivat. EasyJet added weekly direct flights from Geneva, while Mistral Air added direct flights from Bari, Naples, Rome or Verona in Italy. Transavia France offers direct flights from Paris three times a week, Thomas Cook and TUIfly added direct flights from Brussels, and Eurowings added direct flights from Dusseldorf.

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