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Our Guide

Looking to embark on a long journey into unknown but not sure where to start? Need help planning your next flight? Let us guide you to almost any country of the world (some exceptions apply)

Useful hints to make your trip smooth and enjoyable

Trip Planning


  • ​Set up your schedule with dates and times

  • Choose an airport of entry. All international airports are airports of entry. Passport and customs control will be there upon arrival

  • Choose your destination or multiple destinations in the countries you wish to visit. While many controlled domestic airports provide English ATS and foreign aircraft are permitted to land there, few others do not have English speaking controllers and foreign aircraft are not allowed there

  • Contrary to popular belief VFR is allowed on any safe altitude (some restrictions apply)

  • Plan your routing between airports. Some airways are not open for international traffic, try avoiding them

  • Choose airport of exit on your way from the country. Farewell passport and customs control are usually fast and simple

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  • Avgas is available at select international (entry) airports and at many smaller private airfields

  • Jet A-1 is available at all international airports and at many domestic airfields

  • Check our Fuel section for details

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  • CAA normally will grant a permit upon presenting your itinerary and aircraft documents

  • PPRs are usually not mandatory, but it is a good practice to have them to assure you are being waited for

  • Slots are mandatory only in slot-coordinated airports

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Flight Plans

  • They are compulsory for almost every flight in majority of countries

  • If correctly filed they are usually accepted by authorities within an hour

  • Many apps you use for flight planning are capable to file FPLs

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  • You are not required to speak local language, English will do 

  • If you speak local language, we encourage you to do so, controllers will be happy

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Entry Formalities

  • Subject to country immigration regulations a visa might be needed for crew and passengers

  • Check details on a country-by-country basis or allow us to verify that for you

  • Exception: one or two tech stops not leaving airside (eg. fuel stop)

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Much of the above applies to Kazakhstan except that:

  • Foreign aircraft may land at domestic airports 

  • Avgas is available at select airports

  • If you fly to Russia through Kazakhstan, separate Kazakhstan landing permit is required. Overflight permits are not required

  • Crew members are exempt from visa requirements. Crew ID must be presented and GenDec completed

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Much of the above applies to Mongolia except that:

  • Foreign aircraft may land at domestic airports 

  • Avgas is available in the capital only

  • If you fly to Russia through Mongolia, a separate overflight or landing permit is required

  • Crew members generally are not exempt from visa requirements, but many countries have visa exempt agreement

Contact us and find how our services can help you start planning your flight

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