PERSONAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
VISA: Not required for up to 3 months
HEALTH & IMMUNIZATION: None
FAROE ISLANDS' EMBASSY IN THE UNITED STATES
ADDRESS: c/o Royal Danish Embassy, 3200 Whitehaven Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008.
TELEPHONE: (202) 234-4300
FAX: (202) 328-1470
UNITED STATES' EMBASSY IN FAROE ISLANDS
ADDRESS: c/o American Embassy in Denmark Dag Hammarskjolds Alle 24, 2100 Copenhagen O, Denmark
TELEPHONE: (31) 42-31-44
FAX: (35) 43 02 23
PUBLIC HOURS: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
AIRCRAFT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
1. Private and nonscheduled commercial aircraft overflying or landing for noncommercial purposes need not obtain prior approval; however, a flight plan must be on file.
2. Non-scheduled commercial aircraft landing for commercial purposes must obtain prior permission from the Directorate of Civil Aviation, Aeronautical Information Service, ELLEBJERGVEJ 50, P.O. Box 744, DK 2450 Copenhagen SV. (TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: CIVILAIR COPENHAGEN/TELEX: 27096 FAX (36) 44 03 03), at least 7 days in advance of flight, not including Sundays and holidays Requests must include:
a.Nname and address of operator;
b. Type aircraft and registration marks;
c. Dates and times of arrival and departure and airports concerned;
d. Airports where passengers and cargo are to be loaded or unloaded;
e. Number of passengers;
f. Type and amount of cargo;
g. Purpose of flight;
h. Name and address of charterer;
i. Current third party and air carrier's liability insurance contracts; and
j. For inclusive tour flights, details on the planning of the trip and the arrangements included therein.
3. Application for permission to carry out a series of not more than four flights during two consecutive calendar months during the period from April-October must be received by the Directorate of Civil Aviation not later than January 15, and for the period November-March, not later than September 1.
CORPORATE AIRCRAFT CONSTRAINTS
Operators of light aircraft making flights in the Sondrestrom Flight Information Region are cautioned to take note that VHF coverage within the airspace is incomplete, and that an operable High Frequency (HF) transceiver is needed to comply with the requirements of the Greenland Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP), which applies. Moreover, pilots must ascertain and have available the correct HF frequencies to be used prior to entering the area. Compliance with this requirement is necessary to reduce risks involved in operations in this remote area, and to avoid unnecessary and expensive alerts and search activities.
AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SOURCE
AIP "Greenland and Faroe Islands"
INTERNATIONAL NOTAM OFFICE
SONDRE STROMFJORD-BGSFYNYX (for Sondrestrom FIR and Faroe Islands)
AERODROMES OF ENTRY
DOD En route Supplement/Chart: EUROPE, N. AFRICA AND MIDEAST L1,2,H5 AND CANADA AND N. Atlantic LE1,HE1
Sorvag/Vagar, Faroe Is.
FAX: (+258) 32998
VFR days only. Available on 6 hours prior notice to aerodrome.