Today, after four months due to the crisis caused by the corona virus, Ryanair made its first flight from Poland to Podgorica.
According to the company, Ryanair’s flight from Poznan marked the beginning of the summer flight schedule for season 2020,
which now includes nine flights to destinations in Germany, Poland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.
“Once travel bans have been lifted, Europeans can now finally plan a well-deserved summer holiday,
enjoying the lowest fares and with the new health measures Ryanair has introduced as it rapidly prepares operations for this summer
to protect the health and well-being of its crew and customers.” they stated.
Olga Pavlonka from Ryanair said that, in order to mark the first flights after the crisis caused by the corona virus,
they launched air tickets at a price of 19.99 euros one way, for travel in July and August 2020, which must be reserved,
no later than midnight on Monday, July 6th.
“It is to be expected that tickets at these incredibly low prices will be sold out quickly, so passengers are encouraged not
to miss the opportunity and visit the website www.ryanair.com,” they said.
The Executive Director of the Airport of Montenegro, Danilo Orlandić,
emphasized that Ryanair planes will fly to and from nine destinations only in July, namely Krakow, Poznan, Wroclaw, Berlin, Stuttgart, Barcelona, Brussels and London.
“To our great satisfaction, as of today, Montenegro is also connected with Ireland, and tonight we expect the first passengers from Dublin.
It is especially important for us that by establishing this line we are even better connected with the northwestern part of Europe,
as well as due to the fact that it is important for domestic tourism that guests from one of the richest countries in the world come to us “, said Orlandić.
Let us remind you that in 2013, the first Ryanair plane landed at the Podgorica airport, which was also the first low-budget company to establish lines with Montenegro.
With the opening of the line to Brussels, 12 thousand passengers were served that year,
while last year the Airports of Montenegro served more than 190 thousand passengers of the airline Ryanair “,
emphasized the Executive Director of the Airport of Montenegro.
He pointed out that just as seven years ago the line with Brussels was important from the aspect of European integration,
so today, perhaps more than ever, good cooperation with partners is needed to return passengers after the huge crisis that affected the entire aviation industry.
would recover tourism and the economy and strengthen business ties.
“We also wish Ryanair a speedy recovery from this crisis, full passenger planes and as many flights as possible to our country,
where they are always welcome,” Orlandic said.