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Ryanair will reintroduce the Zagreb-Podgorica flight from April

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The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has announced new changes to its summer flight schedule, which includes an increase in the number of flights and destinations from Zagreb.

One of these destinations will be Podgorica starting from April. Specifically, from April 2nd, Ryanair will fly between the capitals of Montenegro and Croatia every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday. During October, flights will operate twice a week, but in November, there will no longer be flights on this route.

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Tickets are already on sale, with expected minimum prices ranging from 15 to 20 euros outside the summer season, while during the summer, prices will range from 25 to 35 euros.

In addition to Podgorica, the Irish company plans to connect Zagreb with three airports in Spain (Alicante, Palma de Mallorca, and Girona) and Greece (Thessaloniki, Corfu, and Kos), as well as the airports in Marseille (France), Pisa (Italy), Sofia (Bulgaria), and Manchester (United Kingdom) this year.

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