Despite a record-breaking year in terms of passenger numbers, Montenegro Airlines foresees another challenging year, president Nikola Vukićević said March 27. Speaking on the sidelines of the European Regions Airline Association conference in Prague, Czechia, Vukićević said that after a period in 2017 when it looked as though the small national carrier might fail, it had bounced back in 2018. “2017 was a really tough year. We hardly survived at the beginning of that year.” ...

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