Montenegro Airlines (YM, Podgorica) has taken two Fokker 100s, put up for sale in November last year, off the market after neither aircraft garnered any significant bids. CEO Zivko Banjevic told local media outlet Vijesti that owing to their age (averaged as 26.2 years) 4O-AOK (cn 11272) and 4O-AOL (cn 11268) will likely be cannibalized for spare parts.

Though the Montenegrin national carrier operated a fleet of five Fokker 100s at one point, only two - 4O-AOM (cn 11321) and 4O-AOP (cn 11332) - have been retained for commercial operations. Of the three withdrawn from service, 4O-AOT (cn 11350) is still in storage at Podgorica awaiting a critical, if costly, D-Check.

Montenegro Airlines also operates one E190 and three E195s on a network that extends throughout other former Yugoslav republics as well as into Germany, Russia, France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.