Montenegro’s principal international airport is the Podgorica Airport. The airport is located about 12 km south from the city of Podgorica. You can get into the city center by minibus, which stops in front of the terminal. Taxi to Podgorica center from the airport will cost about €15. Podgorica Airport is operated by the state-owned company Airports of Montenegro (Аеродроми Црне Горе, Aerodromi Crne Gore). The airport is sometimes called Golubovci Airport by the locals, as the town of Golubovci is in close proximity. Podgorica Airport served over 400,000 passengers in 2006.
There are daily scheduled flights to Belgrade, Serbia, and various other European and world destinations. During the summer season, there are many charter flights and air connections to various major cities in the world.
List of scheduled airlines that fly to this airport as of December 2008:
Adria Airways (Ljubljana)
Austrian Airlines (Vienna)
B&H Airlines (Sarajevo) [begins March 2009]
Croatia Airlines (Zagreb)
Jat Airways (Belgrade)
Malév Hungarian Airlines (Budapest)
Montenegro Airlines (Belgrade, Frankfurt, London-Gatwick, Ljubljana, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Domodedovo, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Rome-Fiumicino, Vienna, Zurich)
Moskovia Airlines (Moscow-Domodedovo)
S7 Airlines (Moscow Domodedovo)