The Irish airline Ryanair, which is the largest low-cost airline in Europe, has announced that it will resume flights to Montenegro on July 1, namely, it will open nine air routes from different European cities to Podgorica and vice versa.
On its website, the airline invites all Europeans to spend their holidays on the beaches of Montenegro.
Since Montenegro opened some international air flights on June 7 and expects the arrival of foreign guests, Ryanair encourages European tourists to start planning their summer vacation and celebrate Europe's success in overcoming one of the biggest challenges of our time.
Detailed information on flights, frequency and flight time can be found on the company's website.
In connection with the opening of state borders and the beginning of international flights, Ryanair Airlines put up for sale tickets at a price of only 39.99 euros one-way for flights in July and August 2020, tickets for which must be booked no later than midnight Thursday, 11 June, exclusively on Ryanair website.
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