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easyJet announces new flights to Tivat in Montenegro

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

tivat montenegroeasyJet announces new twice a week flights from London Gatwick to Tivat in Montenegro. easyJet expects to carry over 19,000 passengers on the route in the first summer of operation.

Flights from London Gatwick to Tivat, which went on sale this morning at www.easyjet.com

On 27th March Montenegro will become easyJet’s 32nd country in its network when services commence from Manchester to Tivat. Flights will operate twice a week from Manchester starting from £35.49 per person, one way.

Neil Slaven, Commercial Manager at easyJet, said, “We expected that this new route would not take long to become a firm favourite as an easy and affordable summer destination for our customers and it has proved to be so successful that we believe there is a real demand for this flight from London Gatwick to Tivat.

“With its Mediterranean climate and a vibrant coastline littered with beaches, Montenegro is a truly up and coming destination which will provide more than a match for the long-established med resorts.”

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