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of the Republic of Serbia - 02.06.2020 14:31:20

 On March 12, 2020, the Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia issued an Operational Notice regarding the implementation of safety measures requiring public air transport operators to provide sufficient disinfectants to prevent the spreading of COVID-19  On January 10, 2020, the following regulations were published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia: the Regulation on Unmanned Aircraft, the Regulation amending the Regulation on training and certificates of the personnel responsible for conducting security screenings and training organizations of aviation security personnel, and the Regulation on the third country air carriers subject to ban or operating restriction. These regulations will enter into force on 18 january, with the exception of the Regulation on the Unmanned Aircraft, which will enter into force on 15 February. 
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Air Services Agreement Between Serbia and Australia Signed

Tuesday, 14.05.2013.
Air Services Agreement was signed between the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Government of Australia. The agreement was signed by Milutin Mrkonjic, Minister of Transport of the Republic of Serbia and Her Excellency Helena Gay Studdert, Australian Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia.
 
The signing of the Air Services Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Government of Australia is an important step towards the development of relations in the field of civil aviation. The agreement is modern and liberal including the elements of the "open sky" agreement. The agreement will allow air carriers designated by the contracting parties to be given wider traffic rights. 
 
In addition to traffic rights provided for certain air carriers of the Republic of Serbia and Australia, traffic rights are also provided for third countries through commercial cooperation. In accordance with the latest trends in bilateral relations in international civil aviation, this agreement for the first time addresses specific issues, such as intermodal transport, ground handling services and the use of slots.
 
By signing and through implementation of this agreement the possibility has opened for some air carriers of the Republic of Serbia to operate directly or via other countries (e.g. the United Arab Emirates, China, and New Zealand) to Australia.

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