Passengers themselves are responsible for meeting the laws, regulations, orders and travel conditions for countries from which, in which and to which they are flying, as well as the regulations and instructions of the airline.
We recommend that you always check the following when planning a trip:
- The validity of your passport.
- Whether you need a visa or any other document.
There can be very unpleasant consequences for having incomplete documents, and failure to meet entry or exit requirements can result in a fine or denial of entry into the country.
More information about visas is available at embassies and consulates of individual countries or at the website of the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The employees at our sales offices will offer you all the information and assistance they can in receiving appropriate documents and visas if you wish.
However, Adria cannot be held responsible for any consequences you might suffer as a result of your papers not being in order.
Visas for Slovenians Travelling to Turkey
All Slovenian citizens travelling to Turkey from 26.08.2010 do not need an entry visa for that country.
Slovenian Citizens Travelling to Macedonia
Following a resolution of 22 June 2004, no visa is required for travel to Macedonia.
New security requirements for international travelers who are seeking to travel to the United States
Slovenian citizens and citizens of all other countries participating in the Visa Waiver programme, who do not require a visa for business or tourist visits to the USA of up to 90 days, must beginning 12 January 2009 no later than three days prior to departure complete an ESTA electronic form to request travel authorisation. The ESTA system replaces the previous green paper form I-94.
Authorisation for travel is valid for two years, for an unlimited number of trips. Any traveller that does not obtain ESTA authorisation within 72 hours should contact the American Embassy in Ljubljana.
The form is accessible on the website.
Slovenian users can access the form most easily via the website of the American Embassy in Slovenia.