Leipzig - Montenegro Airlines
- 19804 - Information, booking, sales
- + 382 20 228 187 - For international calls
We inform you with great pleasure that Montenegro Airlines, the national carrier of Montenegro, is gradually resuming its traffic after the commercial shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We resumed the regular traffic in the following order: Ljubljana on June 12th, Frankfurt on June 14th, Vienna on June 15th, Paris on June 16th, Zurich on June 17th, Dusseldorf on June 20th, Copenhagen on June 20th, Hanover on June 21st, London on June 24th, Lyon on July 25th, Rome on August 14th, Belgrade on August 19th.
Our team works tirelessly to maintain the highest hygiene standards and apply all necessary safety measures. All these measures are in accordance with the recommendations of the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro, the Civil Aviation Agency and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Safety of passengers and crew is always our top priority.
The flight schedule depends on the decisions and guidelines of the National Coordinating Body of Montenegro, domestic, foreign and international bodies and the relevant authorities from the field of civil aviation, i.e. on the changes of travel restriction in the countries to which we operate flights. For more information on the flight schedule, booking and ticket purchase, please call:
- Call Center + 19804,
- for international calls + 382 20 22 81 87
Yours, Montenegro Airlines
Instructions for entering Germany
In accordance with the Decree of the Federal Ministry of Health, which entered into force on November 8th, 2020, before entering Germany from the risk area it is necessary to make a digital registration, which replaces the previous statement/form in the paper form.Therefore, the obligation of electronic registration applies from November 8th, 2020, if the person has been in the risk area during the past ten days. Registration can be made at the link www.einreiseanmeldung.de
Digital registration should facilitate the work of the competent health services in monitoring compliance with the adopted measures and enable better prevention of spreading the virus in the travel segment.
General measures stipulate that all the passengers, who have been in one of the countries qualified as risk area in the last 10 days before entering Germany are obliged to go quarantine/ self-isolation immediately upon entering the country. Self-isolation can end no earlier than five days, with a negative PCR test, no older than 48 hours. The test results should be kept for ten days.
Accordingly, The Decree of the Federal Ministry of Health, inter alia, states that "persons who arrived in the FR Germany by land, sea or air and who during the last ten days before entry stayed in an area where there is an increased risk of infection with coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, are obliged to provide the proof of completed testing, at the invitation/request of the competent health service". "A negative test on paper or an electronic document in German, English or French" are considered a valid proof. "Persons who are not tested in accordance with the obligation, risk paying high fines (up to 25,000 euros) in accordance with the local regulations.Being a passenger in the international traffic, who is informed of its obligations, we expect you to conscientiously comply with the stated obligation (without being served with any order or decision).
Persons transiting through German territory are not subject to a measure of self-isolation, but they have no right of retention and are obliged to leave FR Germany immediately. It is understood that these individuals do not have symptoms of COVID-19.
With regard to the implementation of measures within the competence of the federal states/provinces, certain exempts are possible, depending on the province.
We remind you that entering and staying of Montenegro citizens in FR Germany is still not possible, unless having an important reason.
Important reasons for entering from the third world countries are:
- German citizens, EU citizens and third-country nationals with existing residence permit in Germany;
- Health workers and health researchers, as well as nursing staff;
- Foreign qualified and highly qualified workers whose employment is necessary from economic perspective and whose work cannot be postponed or done abroad;
- Staff employed in transport of goods as well as other transport staff;
- Seasonal workers in agriculture;
- Foreign students whose studies cannot be fully organized from abroad;
- Foreign family members who come for a family reunion, as well as visits due to urgent family reasons;
- Persons who need international protection or protection for other humanitarian reasons;
- Diplomats, international organizations employees, military staff and humanitarian workers during the performance of their duties;
- "German immigrants";
- Transit passengers.
We note that traveling as a tourist is not considered as an important reason.
The passenger's previous place of residence is crucial in determining the possibility of entry, not their nationality.
More information can be found at the link of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of FR Germany: www.bmi.bund.de/civil-protection/coronavirus/coronavirus-faqs
We are taking you to Leipzig
"A neighborhood where lindens grow" would be a translation of the Slavic word "lipsk" after which was Leipzig named. If you want to discover the connection between lindens and Leipzig and to get to know the long tradition and culture of East Germany, then this is the ideal place for you.
Leipzig is home to the largest monument in Europe, built to commemorate the "Battle of the Nations", in which Napoleon was defeated and forced to retreat to France. The monument is 90 meters high, and from the top, there is a spectacular view.
In this city, you can visit one of the oldest cafes in Germany (Auerbach's cellar), which was described by the master of German literature in "Faust", and in which he gladly drank wine.
Tourist attractions that you must see in this city are: the museum of Johann Sebastian Bach and the church of St. Thomas (Thomaskirche) in which Bach was cantor, where his statue, built-in 1908, is located. The Old Town with many cafes and pubs located in narrow, cobbled streets are surrounded by medieval houses; one of the oldest universities in Europe founded in 1409; The Town Hall where the feudal Court of Appeal and the prison with the execution site on the market square are located; the largest railway station in Europe; one of the largest zoos in Germany…
This city has so many sights that it is difficult to list them, let alone describe them in detail. That is why it only remains for us to wish you a pleasant stay. Call us and we will take you to Leipzig.
Have a nice flight.
Yours, Montenegro Airlines