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Notification for passengers

Montenegro Airlines joined the Aviation industry charter for COVID-19

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has included our company in the list of European companies that have joined the Aviation industry charter for COVID-19.

By joining this program, Montenegro Airlines has confirmed that it meets the guidelines of the prescribed COVID-19 health care protocol applied in aviation. Protecting the health and safety of passengers and crew is our priority.

https://www.easa.europa.eu/aviation-industry-charter-covid-19


Information on entry requirements for specific countries

Regarding the gradual lifting of the measures of air traffic ban, conditions and procedures of entering a certain country, can be found on IATA's website (International Air Transport Association) in the "Travel Center" section (please find on the link below).

It is necessary to enter your passport data, name of the arriving country, departing country, and after that you will get an answer whether the entering ban exists or not and what is the procedure if it is even possible to travel to that destination. Data are being updated on daily basis in accordance with changes in measures of numerous countries, so it can be used as a reliable source of information.

Information on entering a certain country could also be found in the diplomatic-consular missions of the countries that you plan on visiting.

Passengers are obliged to be informed of all general recommendations of competent health institutions prior to the travel, and to get to know to the rules of entering a country they travel to.

Link: www.iatatravelcenter.com.

  • Instructions of entering Switzerland

    According to the laws of Switzerland, all passengers entering this country, from June 2nd 2020, must fill out a contact form before landing, which you can download here and submit after boarding to our cabin crew. If you do not submit the already completed form, colleagues on the plane will hand you a copy that must be completed and submitted.

    All companies flying to Switzerland are obliged by local law to follow this procedure and deliver the lists to the country of entry upon request.

    The form contains basic contact information and it is easier to contact the passenger in case it is determined that one of the passengers has been infected with the new Corona virus. This data will be stored in accordance with the highest standards governing the protection of personal data, and will be destroyed after one month.

    FORM

    Montenegrin citizens with a valid residence permit in Switzerland (EU/EFTA/Schengen area) are allowed to enter Switzerland after June 15th 2020, without the obligation of quarantine(unless they show clear signs of possible COVID-19 infection, in which case it is advised not to go on a trip). Citizens of Montenegro who do not have a residence permit, but have a strong reason to enter, can apply for permit via email corona@sem.admin.ch. To connect with family member in Switzerland, a special permit from Swiss authorities is required - Type D Visa issued by Switzerland or Laissez Passer issued by the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) or an official letter from the Immigration office. It can be requested via email corona@sem.admin.ch.

    Montenegrin citizens still cannot enter the Swiss Confederation as tourists. Citizens of Montenegro who have a regulated stay in Switzerland can enter this country from July 23 with mandatory quarantine or self-isolation for 10 days.

    Transit: Passengers are allowed to transit to another Schengen country from which they have a residence permit, work permit or national visa. More details on border closures and exemptions can be found at: www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/aktuell.

    General questions on entering Switzerland can be found on the website of the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration: https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/aktuell/aktuell/faq.

  • Instructions of entering Denmark

    Non-Danish citizens will not be allowed to enter the country unless they have clear reason. Check new entry requirements at: https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark under the Headline: If you are travelling to or from Denmark. For questions regarding worthy purposes, call Danish police's hotline, which is open weekdays 08.00-16.00 and weekends and holidays 09.00-14.00, at +45 7020 6044.

    Special exemptions apply to Scandinavian countries and German citizens and can also be checked at the above link.

    Due to a large number of passengers traveling to Copenhagen continues to Sweden, Montenegrin citizens and residents of Montenegro, are allowed to enter this country from July 4th. We recommend that you check all information on the official website of the Swedish authorities prior to the travel https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/travel-to-and-from-sweden/. As it is written on the website, criteria that will have to be met, will be updated every two weeks.

    Also, Montenegro have opened its borders to the residents/ citizens of the EU countries, to Sweden as well, and it is valid until July 6th:

    For more information, click on the link:

    Note*: Due to an entry into any country, the country of residence will be taken into consideration, not the country of citizenship, unless both citizenship and country of residence are of the same nation.

  • Instructions for entering Austria

    As of July 31, 2020, the ban on flights to / from Austria will be lifted. Our planes to Vienna will start operating on August 8.

    The Decree of the Federal Minister for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection from July 24th 2020 (The Official Gazette No. 336/2020), which entered into force on July 27th of this year, amended the previous provisions regarding entry into Austria, in order to prevent the spread of Sars-CoV-2 in the following way:

    • Citizens of Austria, EU Member States, the European Economic Area, Switzerland and foreigners residing or staying in Austria, i.e. that have residence permit (regulated residence status), coming from risk countries in terms of the number of persons infected with COVID-19 infection, must provide a health certificate (negative PCR test, which must not be older than 72 hours). If persons coming to Austria from risk area are unable to take the test, they are imposed a measure of mandatory house isolation, with the obligation to have themselves tested within 48 hours upon entering Austria, on their own expense. Upon receipt of a negative rest result, self-isolation may be terminated. In the event that persons avoid testing within the specified period, a fine in the amount of EUR 1,450 is envisaged. According to the Regulation, areas at increased risk of COVID-19 include: Albania, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Egypt, Ecuador, Kosovo, India, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Nigeria, Northern Macedonia, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Senegal, Serbia, South Africa, Turkey, Ukraine, USA and Hubei province (China).
      Citizens of Austria, EU Member States, Switzerland and persons with regulated residence status in Austria, who come from countries with stabile situation regarding COVID-19 pandemic, entry into Austria is possible without restrictions, if 10 days before entering Austria they stayed in the following countries: Andorra, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, the Republic of Ireland, Iceland,Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, San Marino, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Great Britain and Cyprus.
    • Persons from so-called "third-world countries" who wish to come in Austria from Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Spain the Czech Republic, the Republic of Ireland, Cyprus, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican, Great Britain, and who have been in last 14 days prior to the trip into the countries from the “red list”, must have a PCR test with negative result upon entering Austria, that is not older than 72 hours, but also, are directed into ten-day quarantine, which cannot be terminated even if a person gets tested for a second time.
      These rules do not apply to seasonal workers in agriculture, forestry or tourism, as well as to members of diplomatic missions, employees of international organizations and members of these families living in the same household, humanitarian workers, as well as health and care staff.
      These persons must have a medical certificate or must be in a ten-day house quarantine. If a test is performed during quarantine, the quarantine may be terminated if the COVID test is negative.
    • Transit through Austria is possible if immediate exit from the country is provided. No health certificate or quarantine required. Upon entry, the entry form / transit formwill be completed.
    • Entry into Austria without restrictions (without test and without quarantine) is possible for the maintenance of goods and passenger traffic, for the purpose of repatriation by land and air, for special reasons in individual cases within the family, for urgent care of animals in individual cases, for extradition by road or air, in emergencies in the interest of the Republic of Austria.
    • For persons residing in Austria, who are outside the territory of Austria on the date of entry into force of this Regulation, the provisions shall apply on the fifth day after the entry into force of this Regulation, i.e. on August 1st of this year.

    COVID-19 Test form

    Passengers are obliged to fill out a "Entry and transit declaration" form and deliver it to the cabin staff

  • Instructions for entering Slovenia

    The Slovenian Government have adopted changes of the current Decree that defines the conditions and methods of crossing the state border in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, which will come into force on 13/09/2020, and they anticipate:

    • Reduction of the duration of the mandatory quarantine period from the current 14 to 10 days, for all persons entering Slovenia from countries with the so-called red list, which includes Montenegro;
    • A negative COVID-19 test result, which must be in possession by every person entering the country based on the exceptions provided for in this Decree, must not be older than 48 hours, instead of the previous 36 hours. Also, a new rule was introduced that the test must not be done in Slovenia.
    • With the exception of entering the country to perform a funeral of a close relative and maintain contact with immediate family members (applies to persons coming from countries on the so-called yellow list), there is no longer a time limit after which they must leave the country, but must provide appropriate evidence of the reason for his/hers arrival as well as a negative SARS-CoV-2 test not older than 48h.

    Exceptions to quarantine with a negative test, which must not be older than 48 hours, for countries on the red list (including Montenegro) include:

    • Holders of diplomatic passports;
    • Persons coming for business purposes, who have a certificate from the competent Ministry that the quarantine would cause greater social or economic damage;
    • Persons with a scheduled medical examination, with a confirmation of the appointment by a doctor / clinic;
    • Professional athletes, members of the accompanying staff of a professional athlete, sports delegates or sports judges participating in official competitions of international sports federations;
    • Members of foreign security bodies (police or judiciary) who, upon entering the Republic of Slovenia, perform the operational task of handing over or extraditing a wanted person or transferring the execution of a prison sentence and leaving Slovenia as soon as possible;
    • Members of foreign security authorities (police or judiciary) who, upon entering the Republic of Slovenia, perform the operational task of handing over or extraditing a wanted person or transferring the execution of a prison sentence and leaving Slovenia as soon as possible;
    • Persons coming to Slovenia by ambulance and accompanying medical staff;
    • A person who is a member of an official delegation also comes to Slovenia on the basis of an official invitation from the competent state body;
    • Persons in transit through the territory of Slovenia, which they must leave within 12 hours upon entry.

    We remind you that, from September 2, 2020, the test results of the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro are recognized.

    Directions for Slovenian nationals returning from Montenegro

    We ask Slovenian citizens returning from Montenegro, to contact the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Podgorica regarding the conditions applicable to their return or to send an email to the address of the Slovenian Police: info.koronavirus@policija.si

  • Instructions for entering Germany

    Based on the current measures related to entry into the FR of Germany from risk areas, any person entering Germany who stayed in the risk area (including Montenegro) for 14 days before entering is obliged to go directly to his/hers place of residence upon entering German territory; self-isolates in the place of residence until receiving the results of (negative) test on COVID-19, i.e. after submitting a negative test for corona virus to local health authorities, contact the competent health office in the place of residence by e-mail or phone. We note that passengers are required to fill out two so-called passenger locator cards (PLCs). One card remains with the passenger and the other is forwarded to the local health authorities, to monitor compliance with self-isolation measures.

    PLC forma

    When entering the FR of Germany from the risk area, testing for COVID-19 is mandatory. If a person coming from a risk area can prove that they are not infected with COVID-19 (negative test not older than 48 hours issued by a recognized biological-molecular laboratory), quarantine is not mandatory in most federal provinces. Robert Koch Institut (RKI) have included Montenegro on the positive list of countries whose molecular-biological tests (PSR) on Corona Virus (SARS-CoV-2) are considered valid. However, certain provinces require an additional test after a few days. Alternatively, and which still applies to passengers from Montenegro, testing is necessary and possible to perform upon entry into FR Germany at border crossings, including airports, or at the place of residence.

    The test is, for now, free for travelers from high-risk areas until 72 hours after entering German territory. If the testing is not done within the specified period, the testing must be done within 14 days of entry, but the payment of the test is at the expense of the passenger. For travelers coming from non-risk areas, the tests will be free until September 14th, 2020.

    Test results must be preserved / retained for at least 14 days after entry into Germany, regardless of whether the test was performed before or after entry, and submitted to the local health authority, upon request. Persons who are not tested within 14 days of entering the risk area, i.e. are not tested in accordance with the obligation, risk paying high fines, in accordance with local regulations (up to 25,000 euros). Being a passenger in 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 the measure of self-isolation, but they do not have the right of retention and are obliged to leave FR Germany immediately. It is understood that these individuals do not have symptoms of COVID-19.

    According to the announcements, starting from October 2020, persons arriving from risk areas will be able to stop their self-isolation at the earliest on the fifth day from the date of entry, with a negative test for COVID-19.

    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 entry from third world countries are:

    • German citizens, EU citizens and the nationals of third world countries 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;
    • Seafarers;
    • 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 emigrants";
    • 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 on the link of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of FR Germany: www.bmi.bund.de/civil-protection/coronavirus/coronavirus-faqs

  • Instructions of entering France

    From 19 August 2020, all passengers over the age of 11 arriving by plane from Montenegro will be required to show a negative PCR test for Corona virus upon departure, which must not be older than 72 hours. We advise you to get tested before arrival in the Republic of France. If it's not possible for you to get tested prior to the travel, you will get tested immediately upon arrival. For more questions regarding testing, please call the "green number" of the Ministry of Health 0800 130 000.

    www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/conseils-par-pays-destination/montenegro

    We remind you that the recommendation of the EU Council, which was also accepted by France, is still in force, according to which the entry of Montenegrin citizens who do not have a residence in the EU have been banned since July 16.

    Entry to France is allowed without restriction solely to following categories of passengers:

    • French nationals, accompanied by their spouse and children;
    • European Union nationals and nationals from Andorra, United Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland, and the Holy See, having their primary residence in France or transiting through France to reach their country of origin or where they have their primary residence, accompanied by their spouse and children;
    • Third country nationals, who are holders of a French or European residence permit or valid long-stay visa, having their primary residence in France or transiting through France to reach their residence in a country of the European Union or assimilated;
    • Third country nationals, transiting less than 24 hours in an international area to reach their country of origin and who are holders of a travel document to this country;
    • Diplomatic mission staff, or international organizations staff working in headquarters or offices located in France, accompanied by their spouse and children;
    • Healthcare workers supporting the fight against Covid-19;
    • Flight and cargo crews, or travelling as a passenger to their departure base;
    • Foreign nationals ensuring the international carriage of goods;
    • Goods carriers including seamen.

    This certificate must be presented to transportation companies, before boarding, by passengers travelling to mainland France. It has to be also presented to border control authorities.

    FORM

  • Instructions of entering Italy

    By decree of Government of Italy, previous travel limitations have been confirmed until the September 7th, to/from abroad. Being that Montenegro is on "F" list, it's citizens who entered or stayed in the country are forbidden to enter, i.e. to transit through Italy.

    Allowed exemptions are:

    • EU Member State’s citizens, citizens of states that party to the Schengen Agreement, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Republic of San Marino, Vatican and members of their families, under the condition that they were residents in Italy prior to July 16th 2020.
    • Crew members and passenger staff of means of transport;
    • Officials and agents of European union or international organizations, diplomatic agents, administrative and technical staff of diplomatic missions, consular officers and employees, military staff, Italian and foreign in performance of their duties.

    Persons who are allowed to enter Italy (as mentioned above) are subject to the obligation of home-isolation for 14 days.

    All persons who enter Italy are obliged to present filled-out and signed form to their transporter, which will contain information on the countries in which they stayed or were in transition in previous 14 days, as well as their contact information.

    Passengers are obliged to hand over a "Self Certification - Persons arriving from abroad" form, that is filled out and signed by the Station manager of an airline company to the border police on an airport in Italy.

    Also, passengers are obliged to fill out the "Self Certification - Social distancing" form while they check-in, and to hand it over to the Station manager on an airport from which they depart from.

    All information on entering Italy can be found on the website of the Ministry of External Affairs of Italy in the section www.esteri.it.

    Self Certification - Persons arriving from abroad

    Self Certification - Social distancing

  • Instructions for entering Serbia

    As of September 18th 2020, foreign nationals having a temporary or permanent residence in the Republic of Serbia, who are coming from the countries with an unstable epidemiologic situation - Republic Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, shall be served, at the passport control, with a written notice instructing them of their obligation to report to a relevant COVID clinic or institute for public health in their closest vicinity of an electronic form to be found at the following website: www.e-zdravlje.gov.rs.

    The duty to report to a COVID clinic or institute for public health shall not apply to:

    • Accredited members of the staff of foreign diplomatic missions, consular posts and international organizations resident offices, including members of their families who are holders of special identity cards, that is identification documents issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Government’s Secretariat General;
    • Persons from border area carrying out farming work or having farming land in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, who must show, when crossing the state border to carry out the said work on the land, a proof of ownership over the farming land or a statement by the owner of the farming land that they are carrying out farming work on his land, on terms of proximity.
    • Persons living in the border area and who are employed in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, issued by their employer a document proving their employment, on terms of reciprocity;
    • Crew and cabin crew of aircraft whose final destination is the Republic of Serbia;
    • Members of the crew in international transport, for the purposes of loading or unloading goods or for transportation of persons in or through the Republic of Serbia, when it concerns crews of;
    • Cargo motor vehicles carrying out international transport by road. In case of transit, it is limited to a period not longer than 12 hours from the moment of entering the territory of the Republic of Serbia;
    • Cargo ships transporting goods to one of the domestic ports. In case of transit navigation on an international waterway in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the latter shall be limited to a period not longer than 90 hours for ship compositions and 60 hours for self-propelled vessels from the moment of entering the territory of the Republic of Serbia, when it comes to downstream navigation.
    • Buses as regards scheduled and long-distance transportation of passengers, be they in transit or have they as final or departing destination the Republic of Serbia.
    • Trains and accompanying crew staff and
    • Humanitarian convoys arranged through diplomatic channels.

    The entry of foreign citizens to the Republic of Serbia has been regulated as follows in order to prevent spreading of contagious diseases to the country's territory:

    • foreign citizens entering the Republic of Serbia from the Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Bulgaria, Romania and the Republic of Croatia are allowed to enter the Republic of Serbia if they have a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours, issued by the referent national laboratory of the country they are coming from, i.e. entering the territory of Serbia from.

    Serbian citizens arriving from these countries are exempted from thе afore-mentioned conditions when entering the Republic of Serbia.

    The following categories of foreign citizens are exempted from the afore-mentioned conditions when entering the Republic of Serbia from one of these four countries:

    1. foreign citizens transiting through the territory of the Republic of Serbia. Transit for foreign citizens shall be limited to the period of up to 12 hours from the time of entry to the territory of the Republic of Serbia;
    2. foreign citizens who transited for no longer than 12 hours through Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Bulgaria, Romania and the Republic of Croatia;
    3. foreign citizens with a leave to stay or permanently settle in the Republic of Serbia;
    4. crews on freight motor vehicles in international transport road traffic. In case of international freight transit by road traffic, the same shall be limited to a period of up to 12 hours from the time of entry into the territory of the Republic of Serbia;
    5. flight crew and cabin crew on aircraft with the Republic of Serbia as end destination, or transiting via international airports in the Republic of Serbia;
    6. accredited staff members of foreign diplomatic and consular missions and international organizations' offices, including their family members holding special identity cards, i.e., identification documents issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the General Secretariat of the Government;
    7. children of up to 12 years of age, if the parent, legal guardian or a person from the family household who is accompanying the child has a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours;
    8. foreign citizens carrying out international transport activities, retrieving or unloading goods, or for the purpose of transport of persons to or through the Republic of Serbia, applicable to the crews of:
      • reight motor vehicles in international road traffic. In case of transit, the same shall be limited to the period of up to 12 hours from the time of entry to the territory of the Republic of Serbia;
      • cargo ships transporting goods to one of the domestic ports. In case of transit sails along the international waterway in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the same shall be limited to a period of up to 90 hours for ship compositions and 60 hours for self-propelled vessels from the time of entry into the territory of the Republic of Serbia for upstream navigation, or limited to a period of up to 72 hours for ship compositions and 54 hours for self-propelled vessels from the time of entry into the territory of the Republic of Serbia for downstream navigation;
      • shuttle buses and buses carrying out international transport of passengers, both in case of transits and when the Republic of Serbia is both their final and departure destination;
      • railway vehicles and train crews;
      • humanitarian convoys arranged through diplomatic channels.
    9. citizens of neighbouring countries from small-border areas cultivating land or being in possession of agricultural land in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, who are required, when crossing the state border in order to perform agricultural works, to have on them a proof of ownership of the agricultural land or a statement of the owner of an agricultural land confirming that the person in question is carrying out agricultural works at the owner's land, on the condition of reciprocity.
    10. citizens of neighbouring countries living in small-border areas who are employed in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, to whom the employer issued a document as a proof of work engagement, on the condition of reciprocity.

    For more information, click on the link: www.mfa.gov.rs/en/themes/covid173202019

  • Instructions for entering Montenegro

    http://www.gov.me/en/homepage/measures_and_recommendations

    Entry into Montenegro - nationals of Montenegro and foreigners residing in Montenegro

    Entrance to Montenegro is ensured for every citizen of Montenegro and a foreigner with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro:

    • Without additional restrictions, if he or she meets all three of the following conditions: 1. he or she is a resident of one of the countries on the 'green list' or he or she stayed in the country from the 'green list' for at least 15 days before entering Montenegro; 2. if in a period from the 15th day before entering Montenegro to the day of entry, he or she did not stay in any of the countries outside the 'green list'; 3. he or she did not travel to any or through any of the countries outside the 'green list' except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by insight into the travel document).

    The 'Green list': EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

    • With the negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) older not more than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class obtained by ELISA serologic test or with a negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class older not more than 72 hours if he or she comes from any of the countries on the "yellow list" or comes from one of the countries on the "green list", and in the period of 15 days before entering Montenegro, he or she stayed in one of the countries on the "yellow list".

    If a citizen of Montenegro or a foreigner with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro has stayed in one of the countries from the ''yellow list'' for up to 48 hours, return without the obligation of a test is provided with prescribing of a health supervision measure upon return to Montenegro, which implies free movement, but daily monitoring of symptoms and reporting to the competent doctor until the expiration of the Decision issued by Sanitary inspection upon return.

    'Yellow list': Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the USA.

    The obligation of having test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

    Citizen of Montenegro and a foreigner with permanent or temporary residence in Montenegro, if enters Montenegro from one of the countries out of the previous two lists of countries, or if in the period from the 15th day before entry to the day of entry, he or she stayed in one of the countries or traveled through any of the countries, out of the previous two lists, except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by insight into the travel document), upon entering are put in institutional isolation or self-isolation for a period of 14 days.

    Self-isolation means staying in family household or other facility, with restricted movement, while the health status of this person, as well as all members of the household is monitored by the competent epidemiological service, in accordance with the decision of the Sanitary Inspection.

    Institutional isolation means accommodation in a facility intended for self-isolation and the stay of persons who are tested positive for the novel coronavirus and who do not have symptoms of the disease, who do not require medical treatment but must be supervised by health professionals, based on the decision of the Sanitary Inspection, in accordance with the Protocol of treatment of patients and contacts of COVID-19 patients of the Public Health Institute of Montenegro.

    * NOTE: Montenegrin nationals who are coming from Serbia may enter Montenegro without PCR, IGG Elisa or IgM tests. But, when a person returns, he/she is obliged to go to self-isolation or to get one of two aforementioned tests in Montenegro.

    Entry into Montenegro - foreigners

    Foreigner national is allowed to enter Montenegro under the following conditions:

    • Without additional restrictions if he or she meets all three of the following conditions: 1. he or she is a resident of one of the countries from the green list, or he or she stayed in the country from the green list, for at least 15 days before entering Montenegro; 2. if in the period from the 15th day before entering Montenegro to the day of entry, he or she did not stay in any of the countries not included in the green list of countries; 3. he or she did not travel to any of the countries or through any of the countries not included in the green list of countries, except in transit (transit is travel without delay, as evidenced by insight into the travel document).

    The 'green list' includes: EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden) and Algeria, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

    • With the negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) older not more than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class or with the negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class obtained by ELISA serologic test older not more than 72 hours if he or she comes from any of the countries on the "yellow list" or comes from one of the countries on the "green list", and in the period of 15 days before entering Montenegro, he or she stayed in one of the countries on the "yellow list".

    'Yellow list': Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the USA.

    The obligation of having test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

    It is not possible for residents of countries off the previous two lists to enter Montenegro unless they have proof (stamp in the passport) that they have spent at least the past 15 days until the day of entering Montenegro in one of the countries on the "green list". (EU Member States - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden; Algeria, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Brunei, Belarus, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cuba, Fiji, Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Philippines, Russia, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Uruguay, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zambia and Zimbabwe) and that they not visit countries off this list during that period.

    In this case, the person enters Montenegro without additional conditions, regardless of whose resident he or she is.

    • If they have proof (stamp in the passport) that they have spent at least 15 days until the day of entering Montenegro in one of the countries on the "yellow list" (Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Kosovo, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore and the United States).

    In this case, the person enters Montenegro under the conditions that apply to residents of the "yellow list" countries: they must have a negative PCR test for novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) older not more than 72 hours or a positive coronavirus antibody test result (SARS-CoV-2) of the IgG class or with a negative antibody serologic test result of the IgM class obtained by ELISA serologic test older not more than 72 hours.

    The obligation of having test does NOT apply to children up to the age of five.

    NOTE: Upon entry, the country of which the person is a resident is observed, not the country of which the person is a national if it is not the same country. For example: A citizen of a country off the list with a regular residence in the country on the list is treated as a citizen of the country on the list because he or she is a resident of the country on the list.

    Entry into Montenegro - exception - certain categories of persons

    In accordance with the recommendation of the European Commission, certain categories of persons necessary for normal functioning of vital services and employees who represent a clear economic interest are excluded from the stated criteria. Special conditions for entry and movement through Montenegro, the Public Health Institute prescribes for:

    • Health workers, health researches and scientists;
    • Persons who perform or provide transport of passengers and goods;
    • Diplomats accredited in Montenegro, staff of international organisations, military personnel and humanitarian aid workers in performing their functions;
    • Certain categories of passengers in transit;
    • Persons in need of international protection or coming to Montenegro for other humanitarian reasons (the principle of non refoulement is respected).

    Transit of residents of BiH, Kosovo and Albania through Montenegro

    The transit of residents of neighbouring countries from the 'yellow list' through Montenegro between the countries of the yellow list is enabled without obligation of having a PCR or ELISA test.

    Transit is enabled with the control on the time of entering into Montenegro, passage of checkpoints and exiting Montenegro, without staying in Montenegro.

  • Instructions for entering Greece

    Montenegro citizens cannot enter Greece, because of the foreign citizen entry ban that is in force in Greece, due to the prevention of spreading of COVID-19 virus. This ban is not related to the citizens of the EU Member States and the Schengen area countries, including their marital partners or persons with whom they are in any legal spousal relationship, as well as their underage children.

    The ban also is not related to:

    • Medical staff, researchers and professionals in the medical field, if they show their work license upon entry into country or other adequate document proving their profession, under the condition that their arrival into country is for business purposes.
    • Persons who have been residing in an EU Member State or a Schengen zone for a long period of time, as well as citizens of other countries who have a residence permit in an EU Member State or a Schengen State.
    • Members of state delegations.
    • Staff of diplomatic and consular missions and delegations, staff of international and European institutions, members of humanitarian organizations during the performance of their duties, military personnel and members of the security forces or the Greek General Secretariat for Civil Protection.
    • Employees in the field of transport, including sea and river transport, aircraft crews, crews and technical staff of firefighting aircraft, truck drivers in transit for the transport of goods, as well as absolutely necessary personnel for their transport.
    • Transit passengers.
    • Students that study in Greece.
    • Persons caring for the elderly and people with special needs.
    • Seasonal agricultural workers.

    The aforementioned persons must prove the purpose of entry with adequate documentation and are subject to laboratory analyzes.

    Passengers arriving by air from Bulgaria, Romania, the UAE, Malta, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Albania and Northern Macedonia must have a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours.

    This decision is valid for the period from 01.09.2020. to 15.09.2020.

  • Instructions of entering Republic of Ireland

    New plan of the Government of the Republic of Ireland for fighting Corona virus for the next six months

    The Government of the Republic of Ireland have adopted a new plan for leading the country through the Corona virus pandemic, for the next six months. The plan consists of five stages with special measures for preventing the spread of the virus. The Government will decide on a stage which will apply to the country, i.e. to a certain region based on the recommendation of the The National Public Health Emergency Team, who will make decisions based on the number of infected persons in various time periods (a week, two weeks), number of hospitalized patients, number of patients on intensive care, number of deceased and the manner on which virus was spreading.


Information on changing terminals

Dear passengers,
We would like to inform you that some of the terminals from which our company's traffic operates have changed at airports in Europe. Our planes fly to Terminal 1, at Frankfurt International Airport; to Terminal North at Gatwick Airport in London and from August 12th to Terminal 2A at Charles de Gaulle Airport, in Paris.


New way to check-in at the Vienna airport

Dear passengers,

Starting with November 4th 2019, check-in for Montenegro Airlines flights at the Vienna airport shall be conducted at drop-in counters numbers 350 to 378, instead of the designated pults that carry the company sign.

We also introduce check-in pults, found at the terminal 3, from where MA flies out. Here, the passengers will have the possibility of electronically checking in themselves, with the assistance of the Austrian Airlines staff, where upon they will receive a boarding pass and baggage tag, after which they can drop off their baggage at the abovementioned drop-in counters - numbers 350 to 378.

Passengers may also check-in online, 36h hours before their flight, using the following website: www.austrian.com.

This system also allows passengers to use City Airport Train (CAT) stations to check-in and drop off luggage, 24h before their flights.

More information can be found at the following website: https://www.austrian.com/Info/CheckIn_MobileServices/ViennaCityTerminal


Safety rules of conduct

Dear Passengers,
You all have the right to a safe, secure and comfortable journey on our aircraft.

Unrully or disruptive behaviour can ruin your inflight experience and be traumatizing for you and your fellow travellers, as well as for crew.

Passengers who display inappropriate behaviour before flight may be denied boarding, whereas such behaviour onboard may result in serious consequences. The airplane may be diverted or directed to an unscheduled landing, the authorities may meet the flight and the person responsible for the unruly or disruptive behavior may be arrested, fined, charged and/or prosecuted.

The examples of unruly or violent behaviour that may endanger flight safety and that will not be tolerated include:

  • Harassment;
  • Verbal abuse;
  • Physical assault;
  • Sexual offences and/or lewd behavior;
  • Intimidating behavior;
  • Intoxication or disorderly conduct;
  • Refusing to follow crew instructions;
  • Ignoring smoking regulations;
  • Tampering with smoke detectors;
  • Damaging the aircraft or on board equipment (includes theft);
  • Endangering an aircraft occupant and/or the safety of flight;
  • Using a portable electronic device when prohibited to do so.

It is for these reasons that we ask you:

  1. To follow crewmember instructions;
  2. To respect crew members and your fellow travellers;
  3. To make sure that your behaviour does not endanger your own safety, or the safety of other passengers and the very flight.

Notice for passengers travelling to the Russian Federation

Dear passengers,
Federal Air Transport Agency of The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation has adopted the decision on additional security measures at all airports in Russia. Please read this decision.

The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Air Transport Agency
(Rosaviatsiya)

Due to Russia's Federal Air Transportation Agency (Rosaviatsiya) instruction Moscow Domodedovo airport has taken additional measures to ensure aviation security: all liquids, gels and sprays including personal-care products carried or in carry-on baggage are advised to be checked in.

Medicines which provide life support of a passenger may be left in carry-on baggage after their identification by the airport Aviation Security Service using necessary facilities and equipments.

Passengers are requested to take the measures directed toward live and health protection and to put specified substances in checked-in baggage to accelerate preflight procedures.

In case of possibility of increasing time please arrive at the airport in advance.

Montenegro Airlines kindly asks its passengers to pay attention to the regulated travel conditions in order to avoid any possible inconvenience.


Ticketing procedures for travels to London

As from 27 October 2014, all Montenegro Airlines passengers who book their flights to London will be asked to provide additional information contained in their identification documents, according to the border crossing requirements (ID card/ passport/ visa).

The above-said information will be required for each passenger listed in the reservation: adult, children and infants. Therefore, when booking a ticket, the passenger will be asked the following information:

  • number of passport/ ID card
  • name of the country that issued the passport/ ID card
  • passenger's nationality
  • expiry date of the passport/ ID card
  • sex (M/F)
  • date of birth
  • first and last name of the passenger (as stated in the passport/ ID card)
  • visa number
  • place of visa issue (city and country)
  • date of visa issue
  • place of birth (city and country)

The above-stated procedure will be implemented in accordance with Article 52 of the Law on Border Control (Official Gazette of Montenegro 72/09, 20/11, 40/11 and 39/13), which stipulates that the carrier, Montenegro Airlines, has to deliver the detailed information about all passengers on its flights to the border authorities.


Notice of passport validity

We inform you that when travelling to the Republic of France, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Slovenia, the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Italy, the Kingdom of Norway, The Swiss Confederation, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Austria and the Slovak Republic, passengers must have a passport whose period of validity is at least three months after the planned departure from these countries.

Please note that the above mentioned rule applies to all countries of the Schengen zone.

As far as State of Israel and Russian Federation is concerned, passengers must have a passport with validity period of at least six months from the date of departure from territory of the mentioned countries.

Note that all the quoted information serve only as guidelines, and travelers are obliged to inform themselves in detail with relevant authorities.


Additional information required when booking and buying tickets

Pursuant to Article 52 of the Law on Border Control (Official Gazette of Montenegro 72/09, 20/11, 40/11, 39/13), Montenegro Airlines must submit detailed information at border crossings about passengers on its flights.

The passengers will be required to enter relevant information contained in their personal documents when making reservations and buying tickets via this website starting from 24 July 2014.

Thank you for understanding
Yours Montenegro Airlines