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.

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.

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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