Belgrade-based Centavia has seen its second scheduled service rejected. A week after Croatian authorities denied it permission to operate to Zagreb, Montenegrin authorities have withdrawn its permission to fly to Podgorica, in Montenegro. The denial came on the day services were to begin, a day after Centavia had operated a promotional flight on the route. Serbia and Montenegro had been the last two republics of the former Yugoslavia to remain linked, but Montenegro declared its independence on 3 June, following a referendum. Centavia had offered flights to Podgorica for as little as EUR9.