- Valid passport with sufficient number of blank pages
- Visas and other permits required by the country of entry (if any)
- Health certificates (if any)
- COVID-19 regulations
Every country has its own rules for visitors of various nationalities. You can see regulations on visas and health certificates worldwide on the IATA Travel Centre website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
We strongly advise you to check the entry regulations and conditions of the country you are traveling to through authorities' official websites or through the websites of diplomatic and consular missions of your country. It is your responsibility to obtain the necessary travel documentation and visas for your trip for yourself and your children and to comply with all the regulations of the countries to, from, or through which you will be traveling.
The validity of your passport or other relevant travel document should cover your entire trip.
Children and infants should have their own passports or other travel documents. In certain countries specific entry and exit requirements may apply to unaccompanied children or those who are only accompanied by one parent or by someone else.
The governments of some countries require passports to be valid for a certain period after the trip, generally three to six months.
For more details please contact the embassy of the country to which you are traveling or visit the IATA Travel Centre website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
Air Serbia is not responsible for any consequence that may result from your failure to have the necessary documentation or from your failure to comply with the relevant regulations or instructions.
Depending on your citizenship and purpose of travel, you may need visas or other permits for entry into or transit through a certain country.
Find out more about the visa regulations of countries around the world on the IATA Travel Centre website: www.iatatravelcentre.com. In case a visa is required for your travel, you can apply directly with the embassy of the country you are traveling to. We advise you visit their official website for accurate visa information.
If you are a Serbian citizen traveling abroad, check the visa regimes worldwide to see whether you need a visa for the country you wish to visit or for transit.
If you wish to visit Serbia or if Serbia is a transit point on your route, check the visa regime for entry into Serbia to see whether you need a visa.
If you receive a visa, make sure that it is valid for the entire duration of your stay. Different countries will have different immigration and customs regulations for animals or cultural assets.
Advance Passenger Information
Immigration authorities in various countries around the world may require information about a passenger before the trip (Advance Passenger Information - API or APIS). For this reason, we may record some of the data in your passport:
- full name and last name (as written in your passport)
- date of birth
- passport number
- passport validity date
- country of passport issue
- country of residence