1 year 3 months

On April 9 2019, the Civil Aviation Agency organized the workshop on implementation of principles of Just Culture. The representatives of the Civil Aviation Agency and of the Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services SMATSA llc made their presentations on this subject. The participants of the seminar were the representatives of the Civil Aviation Agency, the Airports of Montenegro AD, Montenegro Airlines, SMATSA, Helicopter Unit of Ministry of Interior, as well as colleagues from the Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia.

The aim of this seminar is to maintain continuity in terms of improving principles of Just Culture.

The Civil Aviation Agency is committed to continuous improvement of safety which... OPŠIRNIJE

1 year 3 months

The Government of Montenegro, at the meeting on 02 July 2009, adopted the Decision establishing the Civil Aviation Agency (Official Gazette of Montenegro no. 45/09), and hereby established, the Civil Aviation Agency for the purpose of performing affairs of public interest in the area of civil aviation.

Article 5 of the Law on Air Transport (“Official Gazette of Montenegro”, no. 30/12) determined legal position of the Civil Aviation Agency of Montenegro, and it laid down that the Agency is an independent legal entity exercising public authorities under the Law, established by the Government of Montenegro, independent in performingaffairs from its competence and accountable to the Government for its work. As laid down in the article 13... OPŠIRNIJE

1 year 3 months

The Civil Aviation Agency issued Safety Directive regarding the limitation of operations with Boeing 737-8 “MAX” and Boeing 737-9 “MAX” aircraft.

European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued on Tuesday 12 March two safety directives, suspending all flight operations with Boeing 737-8 “MAX“ and 737-9 “MAX” aircraft. Having that in mind, and with regard to the fact that the passengers and air operations safety presents the priority, the Civil Aviation Agency of Montenegro issued Safety Directive stipulating that the operations with Boeing 737-8 “MAX“ and 737-9 “MAX” aircraft are not allowed in Montenegrin airspace, respectively landings and take-offs are not allowed at Montenegrin airports.

According to the statement of the EASA, this act can be considered as... OPŠIRNIJE