Croatia Overflight Permit Regulation and Procedures

If you're an operator of a business jet or a commercial airline with plans to flyover Croatia airspace, obtaining a Croatia Overflight Permit from the Croatia Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is mandatory. As a flight dispatcher, it's important to have a good understanding of the requirements for obtaining this permit, including the fact that the issuing of an overflight permit confirms that there is no political or security objection to your airline, aircraft, or country of origin/destination and that there are no outstanding navigation fees due to the ATC authority.

  1. What are CAA's working hours, including whether they are open on weekends?
  2. Which aircraft documents must be submitted with the overflight request?
  3. Are there any fees charged by the CAA for processing the permit?
  4. What is the official validity period of the overflight permit, as determined by the CAA?
  5. How can the Croatia air navigation bill be obtained, either through IATA or a local agent?

What Details Are Needed To Acquire Croatia Overflight Permit :

  • Overfly via Anguilla territory "Overfly Permit Not Required"
  • Flight Plan should be filed 2 hour before departure from origin
  • Purpose of flight and operator name must be mention in " Flight Plan Item 18

Croatia Sample Overflight Permits :

The issued overflight permit number must be inserted in Item 18 of your submiting Flight Plan.

  • Sample Permit Format
Croatia Overfly Permit : There will be No Specific Overflight Permit Number.

Is There Any Offical Croatia Overflight Permit Processing Fees :

  • According To Croatia Civil Aviation
Officially there is "NO CAA Processing Fees" applied for issuance of Croatia Overflight Permits.

What Is Croatia Overflight Permit Validity :

  • To Overfly Croatia Airspace Overflight Permit Not Required

How Many FIR's In Croatia Airspace :

  • Airspace of Croatia is currently having one flight information region (FIR).
  • Croatia FIR ICAO Code is " LDZO "

Who Will Issue Croatia Overflight Permits :

  • Croatia Civil Aviation Authority
  • Postal Address : Prisavlje 14. HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia.

Who Is Responsible For Croatia Overflight Air Navigation Bill :

  • Croatia CAA will issue air navigation bill directly to Airline/Operator through "Euro Control".

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  • Cargo Flight Overfly Permits
  • Commercial Airlines
  • Monthly Block Permits
  • Seasonal Block Overflight Permits
  • Overfly Country Navigation Settlement
  • Business Jets and Airliners Services
  • Landing Permits
  • Airport Parking Slot Arrangement

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Travel Information :

  • City : Dubrovnik
Even if you’ve never been to Dubrovnik yourself, you might have seen it on film; it has lately become even more famous as one of the filming locations of the HBO hit, Game of Thrones. It has been one of the prime jewels of the Adriatic since its heyday in the 15th and 16th centuries, and it’s one of the best-preserved medieval walled cities in the world. A great way to experience it is to actually walk around the walls themselves, you’ll get stunning views onto the city and the blue waters that stretch out around you.
  • City : Trakošcan Castle
While the origins of Trakošcan Castle’s name are shrouded in mystery, if not totally lost to the centuries, history can at least tell you that this fortress has stood at the same spot since the 12th century. You wouldn’t know this from its current Neo-Gothic style, which came from a 19th-century renovation; originally, it was built as a Romanesque fortress before changing owners, caretakers, and purposes many times over the years.
  • City : Pula
The Istrian capital of Pula has an ideal location, right on the water, easily fortified and has therefore been inhabited since prehistoric times. Artefacts have been found in the area from the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age, and it even appeared in Greek myths. Most clearly, though, you’ll see it as a Roman city. You can’t miss Pula’s Roman arena, which is reminiscent of the Coliseum, in Rome. Whatever period of history you like best, you’ll find something to excite you in Pula.
  • City : Plitvice Lakes
Protected in one of the oldest national parks in the whole region, the Plitvice Lakes have become famous around the world as one of the most beautiful natural spots in the world. It’s no wonder, really with the waterfalls snaking through lush green trees, landing in turquoise pools encircled by white borders, it seems like a fairyland that might disappear at any minute. Better go visit sometime soon, just in case.
  • City : Greeting to the Sun
In a departure from the national wonders and Roman cities on this list, let’s take a minute to recognize a true modern wonder, the Greeting to the Sun in the coastal town of Zadar. In short, it’s a large circle of glass and solar panels that collect energy during the day and then put on a light show at night, much to the delight of anyone who happens to be around. And as if the visual beauty isn’t enough, the designer also installed a sea organ, so the motion of the waves will serenade you as you watch the light show.
  • City : Kingdom of Festini Caves
Known in Croatia as the Festinsko Kraljevstvo, the Kingdom of Festini Caves offer a beautiful look into a charming version of the underworld. You’ll hear the drops of water that over the centuries have formed stalagmitic and stalactitic creations, which cast their shadows on the walls in lifelike forms, creating at atmosphere that is difficult to find elsewhere. Croatia might be known for its sun, but this cave system proves that you don’t need sun to have beauty.
  • City : Diocletian’s Palace, Split
Some cities wall off their historical sites, keeping them separate from everyday life; not so in Split. The Emperor Diocletian built a palace for his retirement at the end of the third century AD, and it still stands in the center of Split. Over the years, though, the city of Split simply grew up around it, and while there are still sections of what you’d recognize as Roman ruins, much of it just blends into the city. If you want, you can sleep, eat, and of course drink Croatia’s famous wine, all within the boundaries of Diocletian’s retirement palace.
  • City : Northern Velebit National Park
Up for a hike? Head out to Northern Velebit National Park, which is right in the middle of Croatia’s coastline. The park encompasses the northern side of the largest mountain in the country, Velebit Mountain, and there are hiking trails all over. You’ll find deserted houses and shelters, left behind by the former inhabitants of the area. Beyond that, though, you’ll discover fascinating rock formations and a diverse set of local flora.
  • City : Rovinj
Like many of the other cities along the Adriatic coast, Rovinj has a history that stretches back through the millennia and contains mention of all sorts of tribes, empires, and other sorts of rulers. They’ve left behind a fascinating collection of mismatched architecture, mostly in pastel colors and with red roofs, all of which comes together beautifully. If you’re into historical linguistics, you’ll be interested to hear that some people in Rovinj still speak Istriot, an almost extinct Romance language that used to be widely spoken in the area.
  • City : Krka National Park
The Krka National Park was created in order to protect the Krka River, which flows through the park. The easiest way to access the park is by starting from the charming seaside town of Sibenik and then going a few miles north-east. Once you get there, you’ll find stunning waterfalls, Roman ruins, hiking trails, and, if you’re lucky, all sorts of fascinating animals, like the European otter or one of the many species of birds of prey that live there.
  • City : Korcula
The island of Korcula is another spot that has been inhabited since well before people could write or build grand buildings. Now inhabited almost exclusively by Croatians, this is yet another place that has seen different groups of people settle over the centuries ever since the first group got there sometime in the Mesolithic period. Now, you’ll find gorgeous seaside towns and villages, vineyards, and pine forests as far as the eye can see.
  • City : Mljet National Park
From Korcula, go just a little bit to the south-east, and you’ll reach Mljet, another of the gorgeous Croatian islands. This one contains a national park on the western end of the island, where you’ll find the island’s two stunning lakes, Veliko jezero and Malo jezero, which aptly mean ‘big lake’ and ‘small lake.’ Once you’ve seen a sunset on Mljet, be careful; all other sunsets might just pale in comparison.

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