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Welcome to the new webpage of the Civil Aviation Agency

It is our pleasure to present more comprehensive, user friendly and technically improved webpage of the Civil Aviation Agency of Montenegro.

The new webpage enables improved communication channel towards the users of our services, and it is developed for the purpose to enable more quality and available content to the aviation industry, as well as all the relevant civil aviation information intended for media and wide public. 

Having in mind that the new webpage is in the process of updating, in case you identify certain faults of omissions, we would appreciate if you could inform us thereof.

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Budva, 10 September 2019 – Montenegro is a host country of the seventh International Cooperation Forum, organised by one of the leading civil aviation institutions, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). 

The fact that the Forum takes place in a country at the Western Balkans is a proof of importance and significance that the EASA dedicates to this region, as said at the opening of the Forum by the Executive Director of the EASA, Mr. Patrick Ky. “We are at the crossroad, since there are currently many changes in aviation. Recent accidents of Boeing 737 aircraft influenced the public confidence in aviation. Our duty is to maintain that confidence and that is a task for all of us. Sustainability and environment... OPŠIRNIJE

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Montenegro is ranked high among the 192 Member States of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in the effective implementation of standards and recommended practices in the area of civil aviation safety. The official implementation efficiency of Montenegro in the area of civil aviation confirmed by ICAO is 87.99 percent, which is a huge improvement compared to the result from 2010 (64.71 percent).

The latest ranking is the result of a comprehensive ICAO control visit, which took place in January this year. Eight areas were controlled: legislation, organization, staff licensing, operations, aircraft airworthiness, accident and serious incident investigation, air navigation services and airports.