Podgorica Airport Reviews 2017
Podgorica Airport, located in Montenegro, serves the country’s capital city Podgorica and its surroundings. TGD, along with Tivat Airport, is among Montenegro’s two international airports which are both being worked on for their privatisation. Podgorica Airport’s IATA code derives from the city’s former name from 1946-1992 “Titograd,” named after Josip Broz Tito.
In our Podgorica Airport reviews, we take a look into this airport’s main services, facilities, and establishments, location and how to get to Podgorica Airport, and what travellers think of their stay. We hope that these Podgorica Airport reviews help.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
Based on 113 Podgorica Airport reviews on Google, Podgorica Airport garnered a 3.7-star out of 5 rating. The most recent reviews were neutral: “Infrastructures are quite new and recently renovated. However, the Wi-Fi connection is really unacceptable for an airport (very frequent disconnections and super slow speed). Moreover, there are just two places to eat and drink (one in the inside and one in the outside area) with a very limited food selection.” Other Podgorica Airport reviews say that their customs and check in were fast because of the airport’s “small” size, though others comment on the unpleasantness of their staff and the pricey fare inside.
The “small” and “modern” Podgorica Airport’s composed of a single terminal where among the services are free WiFi. Other services at Podgorica Airport are ATMs, baby-care facilities, car rental services Avis, Europcar, Hertz, InMontenegro Rent-A-Car, and Sixt, currency exchanges, medical services at the airport clinic, and an information desk located at landside between the check-in hall and departures.
Before security, travellers can shop at Podgorica Airport’s convenience stores and once they pass security, they can check out the airport’s Duty Free. TGD only has Caffe Nero, which is open according to the flight schedule.
Podgorica Airport is located 11 km south of the city center of Podgorica, nearby the town of Golubovci. The new four-lane motorway bypassing Golubovci can relieve congestion caused by tourists in the area during the summer. Podgorica Airport can be accessed via E65/E80 Podgorica to Bar road, the latter being 40 km from TGD.
A two-minute ride from Podgorica Airport is the Hotel Aria, which has a free roundtrip airport shuttle.
Location – Traffic – Service
In 2016, Podgorica Airport accommodated 873,278 passengers and 5,957 aircraft movements on its runway. Podgorica Airport serves as a hub of Montenegro Airlines, and is served by a number of European regular and low-cost airlines flying direct and connecting flights to points all over the globe, as well as by seasonal charters headed to popular vacation destinations.
News and Awards
So far, Podgorica Airport’s traffic in the first quarter of 2017 showed an increase from its passenger count in the fourth quarter of 2016.
- Airport Code: TGD
- Phone number: +382 20 444 244
- Website URL: http://www.montenegroairports.com/index_eng.php
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Address: PP 202, Podgorica, Crna Gora, 81 000, MNE
Concluding Words About the Airport
I think Podgorica Airport is worth using, especially since they’re one of the major Montenegrin airports. Their problems – from customer service to the prices – can be minor, though they’re very efficient for a small airport.
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