Notification for passengers
Information on entry requirements for specific countries
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.
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 and diplomatic-consular missions prior to the travel, in order to get informed of the rules when entering a country they travel to.
Safety rules of conduct
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:
- 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:
- To follow crewmember instructions;
- To respect crew members and your fellow travellers;
- To make sure that your behaviour does not endanger your own safety, or the safety of other passengers and the very flight.