Turkish Airlines is starting its flights to Tivat as its second destination in Montenegro after its operations to capital Podgorica.
First flight to Tivat Airport from İstanbul Airport was operated on June 11, 2022 on a Boeing 737-800 type aircraft with TC-JVR tail number.
Distinguishing itself with its ports, beaches, natural beauties and historical locations, coast city Tivat is also quite close with other historical and touristic cities such as Cetinje (old capital), Kotor, Budva, Stari Bar and Ulcinj.
Increasing the number of destinations in its flight network to 340 with Tivat, flag carrier brand will be operating its Tivat flights 3 days a week, on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays until October 31, 2022.
*All times are in LMT.
In other news, Turkish Airlines was to formally changed its name to Türkiye Hava Yollari, due to the request of President Erdogan. However the President may have backed off due to opposition for the change.
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