Belgrade Nicola Tesla BEG Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Belgrade Nicola Tesla BEG Airport

Nicola Tesla Airport has two connecting passenger terminals under one roof - the renovated T1 and the new T2.  Both terminals are connected through a hallway.   Air Serbia passengers are able  to check in at any counter, while all other airlines use the 'check-in per flight method - at specific check-in counters. self-service check-in kiosks are also available.
For flights to Dubai, Doha & Abu Dhabi, check-in counters open 3 hours before scheduled departure;
for flights to Podgorica & Tivat, check-in counters pen 90 minutes before;
for all other international flights check-in counters open 2 hours before.

Note that boarding passes are again checked - along with your personal ID.

Terminal 1 of Tesla Airport, opened in 2010 is used mostly by low-cost and charter airlines.
NOTE: Under the Airport's two-phase expansion & renovation work, Phase 1 is nearly completed -  passengers will now pass through a separated passport & immigration control in the shared departure area. A connector between T1 & T2, as well as a new Air Serbia business-class lounge in the Departures is completed, while expansion work continues through September 2015.

Terminal 2
of Tesla Airport has a capacity of 5 million passengers a year, has 33 check-in desks, airline offices and  transfer desks. The ground level is the departure level with check-in counters and some amenities & services.
The basement level is the arrivals level with baggage claim, Lost & Found, customs clearance, security check and banking facilities.
The gate area has  some coffee shops, ATM machine, security check points , a business lounge and access to  gates A1 to A10 to the right and gates C1 to C6 to the left.
NOTE: Under the Airport's two-phase expansion & renovation work - Phase 2 of the airport overhaul project involves Terminal 2's expansion by 11,000 sq.meters, with four more air bridges.

Amenities and services inside the integrated passenger terminal include some food & drink and retail concessions, banking facilities and a post office. 
The  VIP Lounge Servia at T2 has a separate check-in and passport control.
The Business Club Lounge in T1 is accessible to all business-class passengers, except Lufthansa's.

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