Belgrade Nicola Tesla Airport BEG
(named after the Serbian-American inventor) is Serbia's busiest airport and serving it capital city of Belgrade. The Airport is experiencing a sharp uptick in passenger traffic and has added a number of new airlines and routes. It is presently Europe's second-fastest growing airport!
BEG Airport is located in the town of Surcin, 12 km west of central Belgrade & its main railway station, accessible via motorway E70 & E75 to the north, and R153a to the south.
With a long runway and 4.9 million passengers in 2016, Nicola Tesla Airport is hub to flag carrier Jat Airways and a base for Wizz Air, and is served by an increasing number of international & charter airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all parts of the globe.
Nicola Tesla Airport has connected passenger terminals T1 & T2. (The summer flight timetable applies between the last Sunday of March, and the last Saturday of October)
NOTE: since March 2016 additional security measures are in place in both terminals and passengers need to get to the airport 2 hrs prior to scheduled international flight.
Future Airport developments:
While phase 1 of Terminal 1's upgrade work has been completed by adding 5,000 sq.meters of space, as well as a T1-T2 connector - Phase 2 covers T2's expansion by 11,000 sq.meters, and 4 more air bridges.
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