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Nikola Tesla Airport, now only Belgrade Airport, started operating in 1962. Today is Belgrade Airport the largest airport in Serbia. The former airport consisted of a 3,000-meter runway, a port building for passenger reception, a control tower and fairly modern equipment of that time, while buildings and extending runways were added later. The former airport boasted state-of-the-art navigation equipment, which existed at the time. The new Belgrade Airport is the base airport of the national airline Air Serbia, as well as charter airlines Aviogenex, Wizz Air, Air Pink, Prince aviation and many other companies.

In honor of Serbia's greatest scientist, the airport has been called "Nikola Tesla Airport" since 2006. Recently, in 2018, the Belgrade airport is operated by the French company "VINCI Airports" under the Concession Agreement. 

 

 

Belgrade Airport - Information

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is located at Aerodrom Beograd 59 in Surcin. You can reach the airport by the E70 highway from the direction of Šid, as well as the E75 highway and the regional road R153a from the direction of New Belgrade and Surcin.

 

Belgrade Airport Map

 

 

Contact: 

General information

Phone: 011 209 4000

Flight schedule information (daily and seasonal)

Phone: 011 209 4444

Irregularities

011 228 6000

In case of disconnection in fixed telephone traffic

Tel: +38164 848 5402 or +38163 255 066

 

Other information:

 
Travel document information

All necessary information on travel documents can be obtained from the police departments and stations and from the official website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. Contacting the Ministry of the Interior is e-mail info@mup.gov.rs.

 

Customs regulations information

All necessary information regarding customs regulations, rights and obligations of passengers can be obtained from the Customs Administration of the Republic of Serbia. See more at the official site: Customs.

 

Visa information

For information on the visa regime, you can contact your chosen airline and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.

 

Suggestions

Suggestions, compliments and complaints can be sent to the email address: briga.o.username@beg.aero.

 

Belgrade Airport arrivals

 

The official website of Belgrade Airport updates daily the list of incoming flights where passengers can check their flight status at any time. All you need to do is type in the flight number, the departure airport from where the plane departs and the airline whose passenger the aircraft is flying.

The table shows the planned departure time of the aircraft from the departure airport, the expected landing time at Belgrade Airport and the departure from the Passenger Terminal. Check flight arrivals to Belgrade airport arrivals.

 

 

Belgrade Airport departures

 

Passengers can check the flight status at any time on the official website of the Belgrade airport, where the information on the list of departing flights is updated daily. All you need to do is type in the flight number, the destination to which the plane is traveling and the airline whose passenger the aircraft is flying.

The table always shows the planned departure time of the aircraft from the Belgrade airport, the expected time of landing at the desired destination and the exit to the Passenger Terminal. See all departures in real time at the Airport departures.

 

 

Airlines

 

 Aegean Airlines   Aeroflot
 Air Cairo  Air France
 Air Serbia   Alitalia
 Atlasglobal Airlines   Arkia Israeli Airlines
 Austrian Airlines   Belavia
 easyJet   Etihad Airways
 flydubai   LOT Polish Airlines
 Lufthansa   Montenegro Airlines
 Norwegian Air Shuttle   Pegasus Airlines
 Qatar Airways   Red Wings Airlines
 Swiss   Tarom
 Transavia Airlines   Tunisair
 Turkish Airlines   Wizz Air

 


 

Belgrade Airport - Destinations

 

From Belgrade Airport you can fly to:

 Moscow and Krasnodar  Ljubljana   Tivat and Podgorica
 Istanbul   Zagreb   Bucharest
 Vienna   Madrid  Rome, Venice, Milan
 Zurich   Stuttgart  Munich, Dortmund, Frankfurt,
 Berlin  Dusseldorf   London
 Paris   Warsaw  Athens
 Skopje   Sofia   Tirana
Sarajevo  Malta  Cairo
Beirut  Larnaca  Eindhoven and Amsterdam
 Copenhagen   Oslo   Brussels
 Malmo    Doha   Dubai and Abu Dhabi


Services and Shopping

 

At the airport, the content of services is really extensive. This category includes:

  • Bars & Restaurants - Passengers can refresh themselves at one of the airport's catering establishments before the flight.
  • Shopping - There are shops and oxygen shops, bakeries, pharmacies and clothing and footwear stores at the airport. A special part is Free Shop and souvenir shops from Belgrade and Serbia.
  • Internet - Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport.
  • Family facilities - There are special rooms available for parents and young children at the airport, equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, child care and changing rooms.
  • Banks and Exchange - There is a Serbian Post Office, airports, several ATMs, ATMs and exchange offices at the airport.
  • Museums - The Air Force Museum is located in the airport area, and recently a section dedicated to the reproduction of great artistic value from the National Museum has been set up between gates / exits C2 and C3.
  • Tourism Agencies - Travelers can inquire about current offers and arrangements at the counters of the Serbian Tourism Organization and several other domestic and international tourism organizations.
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Belgrade Airport check-in

 

Check-in or Check-in can be done in several ways. When checking in, passengers hand in their luggage and receive a plane ticket to board the plane. Belgrade Airport provides the following ways to check in:

 

1. Airport check-in

Check-in can be made at the counter of the selected airline. The counters are open between 120 and 180 minutes for pre-flight check-in. Upon check-in and baggage hand-over, each passenger receives a ticket for boarding / boarding pass and an indication of which exit / gate to go.

2. Self-service check-in

At Terminal 2 there are 10 self-service check-in counters. Each airline regulates this possibility in accordance with its rules, and this possibility should be consulted in advance.

3. Mobile phone check-in

Check-in can be done via mobile phone. Each airline has its own rules, so Air Serbia is required to check in on the flight 24 hours before the flight by mobile phone.

4. Online check-in

Check-in can be done online, via the website of the selected airline. Check-in can now be done at the airport as several computers are set up at Terminal 1 where a boarding pass can be printed out.

 

 

Transportation to the airport

 

Nikola Tesla Belgrade Airport can be reached with its own transportation, taxi, CarGo vehicle and public transportation.

 

1. Public transportation

  • minibus line A1 Slavia Square (King Milutin Street) - Airport; ticket price: 300 dinars.
  • bus 72 Zeleni venac - Airport; ticket price: 89 dinars by buying a ticket on oxygen and 150 dinars by buying a ticket in transit.
  • bus 607 Surčin - New Belgrade; ticket price: 89 dinars by buying a ticket on oxygen and 150 dinars by buying a ticket in transit.

2. Taxi 

All taxi carriers offer transfers from the desired address to the airport. Average ride prices range between 1,500 dinars and 2,000 dinars. All contact phones can be found at the following Taxi Belgrade link.

3. CarGo

Airport transfers via CarGo vehicles are ordered through the Car: Go app, which is available at IOS and Play stores. The average fare is between RSD 1,200 and RSD 1,500.

 

Rent a car at Belgrade Airport 

 

It is possible to rent a car at Belgrade Airport at very reasonable prices. At Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 there are a number of proverbial rent-a-car agencies. All rights and obligations of passengers who rent a vehicle are defined by a contract between the rental agency and the passenger. It is possible to rent a vehicle with a driver who will transfer passengers to the airport or wait for them at the airport and take them to the desired address.

The list of reliable car rental agencies is on the Rent a Car Belgrade link.

 

 

Belgrade Airport Parking

 

Belgrade Airport parking consists of 3 parking spaces intended for parking of passengers, of which 2 are open and 1 parking is covered.

 
Parking P1

Parking lot P1 is one of the open parking lots at the airport. It occupies space across from the airport building.

  • Seats: 496
  • Number of reserved seats for disabled persons: 3
  • Opening hours: 00-24
  • Parking fee: 100 dinars per hour.

 

Parking P7

The P7 parking lot is located 300 meters from the airport building and occupies spaces across from the Customs Warehouse.

  • Number of places: 196
  • Opening hours: 00-24

 

Garage

Covered parking is a public garage, located 150 meters from the airport.

  • Seats: 528
  • Number of reserved seats for disabled persons: 3
  • Opening hours: 00-24
  • Parking fee: 100 dinars per hour started / 1,000 dinars for daily one-time parking.

 

 

On the website of Nikola Tesla Belgrade Airport a map with all the details regarding the access roads, parking and the location of the terminal is displayed.