The leading Belgian airline Brussels Airlines
, part of the largest Lufthansa Group in Europe, has launched the first regular seasonal flights from Brussels (Belgium) to Tivat (Montenegro).
Airbus A320 aircraft will fly from the main city of Europe, Brussels, to Tivat airport once a week. Brussels Airlines will fly every Wednesday at 2:55 pm from Brussels and land in Tivat at 7:10 pm.
It is worth noting that the first plane that landed at Tivat airport was filled with passengers, and also interesting that the entire crew, including the pilot and co-pilot, consisted entirely of women.
Thus, Tivat has become one of the five directions in the Balkan region, apart from Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik and Zagreb, with which Brussels Airlines has been linked by direct airlines from Brussels
throughout the summer of this year. The Lufthansa Group has a total of more than 300 direct flights a week from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia to the largest airports in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Belgium
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