Montenegro Podgorica Private Jet Charter

Podgorica Airport is an international airport serving Montenegro’s capital Podgorica and its surroundings. One of the two international airports in Montenegro, Podgorica is operated by the state-owned Airports of Montenegro.

The aerodrome is located 11 km south of the center of Podgorica, on the Zeta Plain, one of the few flat areas of Montenegro suitable for a large airport. The aerodrome is known locally as Golubovci Airport. The port is located within the administrative boundaries of Golubovci town. Podgorica Airport is a public international airport, but shares the main runway with Podgorica’s military airbase.

Podgorica Airport is the main hub for Montenegro Airlines and Di Air. A VIP section was opened in the port for private jet passengers on September 15, 2009.

Montenegro Podgorica private jet charter prices

Although Montenegro air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Podgorica are as follows.

Light Jet11.150 EUR
Midsize Jet14.700 EUR
Heavy Jet19.250 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

History of Podgorica Airport from 1928 to present

The history of civil aviation in Podgorica began on May 26, 1928, with the landing of the first plane on a small grass runway located near today’s Podgorica Train Station. After the test flight in 1928, scheduled passenger flights started on the Belgrad-Sarajevo-Podgorica route on May 5, 1930.

With the outbreak of World War II, all flight activities in the port were suspended and, in 1943 and 1944, the airport was used by the Luftwaffe in Montenegro, which was under German occupation at that time. After the war, passenger service resumed on April 8, 1947. In 1957, apart from civil transportation, the port began to be used for cargo flights.

In 1961, the location of the port was changed and moved to the point where it still serves today. The majority of traffic during this period consisted of scheduled flights. On April 23, 2003, the ownership of the airport was transferred from JAT Airways to Montenegro Airports, a public company owned by the Government of Montenegro. Together with the formation and growth of Montenegro Airlines, this contributed to the increase in the services provided from the airport.

A major refurbishment and expansion took place in 2006 with the apron refurbishment and expansion, taxiways system, airport lighting system and power supply improvements. A completely new passenger terminal was opened on May 14, 2006, while the old passenger terminal was rebuilt in 2009 and is planned for VIP use.

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Podgorica travel guide

Podgorica, the largest city and capital of Montenegro, is a central place that hosts many different cultures together.

Among the places to visit in the city are Stara Varos / Old Turkish City with Ottoman buildings, the Millennium Bridge connecting the old city and the new city, the Ribnica Bridge, which is located over the Ribnica River and best reflects the nostalgic texture of the city, and Hercegovacka, the most lively street of Podgorica, can be considered.

Also in the city are the Petrovic Palace, which dates back to the 19th century, the Church of St. George, one of the most Orthodox churches in the region, the King’s Park, one of the largest parks in the world, and the Resurrection Cathedral of Christ with its magnificent structure.

Transportation from Podgorica Airport to the capital

The port serving Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, is an airport that does not have many alternatives for transportation. Podgorica Airport can be reached by a short service road via the Podgorica – Bar road (E65 / E80). A car ride from the city center to the airport usually takes less than 15 minutes.

Public transportation to and from the airport is provided by the L-20 bus line to the city center, charter bus lines and taxi service to other Montenegrin cities. The Airport railway station on the Belgrade – Bar railway is located 1,2 kilometers from the passenger terminal, but is rarely used as a connection to the city due to the inconvenient location and inconsistent train schedule.