Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways launched seasonal flights between Kuwait City and Tivat over the weekend, attracting a significant number of transfer passengers from Moscow. The Kuwaiti low cost carrier commenced services to Russia earlier this year. Russian tour operator PAKS said, “We have blocks of seats on the new service to Tivat on an exclusive basis. There were no empty seats on the first flight. The reasons for the good demand are obvious: Montenegro is a visa-free beach destination, and the prices for tours from PAKS, thanks to the block program, are the most affordable among all the options currently on the market. We sent our clients to Tivat through Air Serbia and Turkish Airlines. However, the fares on these airlines did not differ much and now they no longer differ in the lowest fare group either. Therefore, demand was quite modest. Now the situation has changed. The block contract with Jazeera Airways allows us to offer Montenegro at a much more affordable price. This had a corresponding effect on demand. A weekly tour package for two at an all-inclusive hotel in Montenegro is 217.416 rubles [2.500 euros] with Jazeera Airways. For comparison, it is 311.241 rubles [3.575 euros] with Air Serbia and 372.400 rubles [4.270 euros] with Turkish Airlines”. Jazeera Airways will maintain services to Tivat until October 5. The Kuwaiti carrier will inaugurate flights to Belgrade on Friday next week. Within the former Yugoslavia, the airline already serves Sarajevo.