Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (2nd July) operated its first post-Covid flight from Poland to Podgorica after 4 months grounded. A Poznan flight marked the first of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule for Montenegro, which now includes 9 routes to destinations in Germany, Poland, Ireland and UK.
With the lifting of travel restrictions, Europeans can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway on the lowest fares and with the new health measures that Ryanair has rolled out as it ramps up operations this Summer to protect the health and well-being of its crew and customers.
To celebrate its first post-Covid flights from Poland, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just €19.99 one way, for travel in July and August 2020, which must be booked by midnight Monday (6th July), only on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka said:
“Ryanair is pleased to announce it has resumed its Montenegrin operations after 4 months grounded. Our Poznan to Podgorica flight marked the first of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule for Montenegro, which now includes 9 routes.
To celebrate our first post-Covid flights, we have launched a seat sale with fares from just €19.99 one way, for travel in July and August 2020, which must be booked by midnight Monday (6th July). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Airports of Montenegro’ CEO Danilo Orlandic said:
“On this day exactly, seven years ago we welcomed the first Ryanair flight to Podgorica Airport. It was the first ever low-cost carrier to operate into Montenegro.
Stepping into the post-COVID-19 future, Ryanair is set to resume flights from our airports to 9 destinations. Today, we welcome the first flight from Poznan, then there is a flight from Berlin. Starting from tonight, Podgorica will become connected with Dublin for the first time. We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming passengers from the capital of Ireland. This new route in particular will get us ever closer to the Northwest Europe. Moreover, in terms of our tourism it is important to have travellers from one of the richest countries in the world.
Finally, I hope that Ryanair will soon recover from the unprecedented crisis experienced by aviation business, having a far-reaching impact on all the industry players. I also wish to see Ryanair aircrafts fully loaded with passengers and ever more operations to Montenegro, the place where you are always welcome.”