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Overflight and landing permits for Government aircraft
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Passport and Overflight Section is in charge of the legally prescribed procedure for receiving, processing and issuing of diplomatic clearance for the overflight or landing of foreign Government aircraft on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, as well as for obtaining overflight or landing permits for Serbian Government or military aircraft on the territories of foreign countries.

To obtain diplomatic clearance for flying over or landing on the territory of the Republic of Serbia by foreign Government aircraft, with a view to achieving maximum possible efficiency, it is necessary to comply with the following instruction:

1. Request should be submitted (at least 72 hours before the planned flight) by delivering a diplomatic Note with filled-in request form (Request for the Authorization of a Special Flight in the Air Space of the Republic of Serbia).

2. The Request must contain all relevant information concerning the aircraft, air routes (corridors), points of entry & exit (in and outside of the Republic of Serbia's airspace), dates and times of flight (Universal Time Coordinated - UTC), purpose of flight, the airport of landing, etc. The application form is available for download here.

3. Requests for aircrafts transporting toxic substances, armaments, munition and explosives are also lodged by delivering a diplomatic Note and a filled-in request form, at least 5 working days before the planned flight (so that the Request could be promptly forwarded to the authority competent for this type of flights – Civil Aviation Directorate, for further procedure).

4. During the Ministry's working hours (7.30 – 15.30), the requests can be delivered to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Kneza Milosa 24), to the following e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or fax number: 011 306 8252. After regular working hours (after 15.30, over the weekend and on holidays), the requests must be submitted only via central e-mail of the Ministry: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , by fax 011 3618 366 or in person at the Ministry, (Kneza Milosa 24). For further information, please call the following phone number 011 306 8236 or mobile phone number 066 806 6104.