Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Serbia

Serbia's biggest and busiest airport, Belgrade Nikola Tesla is also one of the fastest growing airports in Europe. Known for many years simply as Belgrade International Airport, it was renamed in 2006 in honour of the Serbian scientist. The airport is located 18km west of the city centre.


Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is the home of Air Serbia, the national airline, as well as low cost carrier Wizz Air. International flights are offered to destinations all over Europe and further afield by many airlines, among them Lufthansa, Aeroflot, Turkish Airlines and Etihad Airways.


The airport has two terminals, which each handle international and domestic flights. The terminals are located side by side and connected by a walkway.


- Terminal 1 is the smaller and older of the two, mainly used today by low-cost airlines.


- Terminal 2 is significantly larger, and can now handle more than seven million passengers every year. This terminal is currently being expanded, with an additional floor being built to handle the increasing passenger numbers.


Both terminals have a selection of shops and restaurants where you can enjoy local Serbian dishes or your international favourites. If you're travelling for work, you can make use of the Business Lounge to enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access, refreshments and entertainment, or even browse a small art gallery. All passengers can access Wi-Fi internet anywhere in the terminals, but the free service is limited to 15 minutes.


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Please note: all information is correct as of October, 2016.

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 Getting To & From the Airport

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Parking is available at the airport. Travellers can also opt to rent cars if they wish. 

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Several bus routes make the journey between Belgrade airport and the city, which usually takes around 30 minutes.


The A1 minibus to Slavija Square costs RSD 300 and you pay for your ticket on board.


Public bus Line 72 takes 30–40 minutes to reach Zeleni Venac and costs RSD 89 if you buy your ticket from the counter before boarding. If you pay on the bus, the cost will be RSD 150.


You can also use Line 607 which travels between the city and Surčin, the municipality in which the airport is located. Prices are the same as Line 72.

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Taxi fares from Belgrade Nikola Tesla are based on a zone system. The local region is divided into six zones, with travel to the city centre costing around RSD 700 and taking 20 minutes.


Rather than heading straight to the taxi rank, you should arrange your taxi at the Taxi Info desk in the baggage reclaim area. They will issue you a receipt with the name of your destination and the fare, which you give to your driver.

 Who flies to Belgrade Nikola Tesla

 Airport Contact Details

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

JP Aerodrom "Beograd",
11180 Belgrade 59,

Tel:+381 (0)11 2094444


 Location Details

Longitude:20° 18' 43'' E
Latitude:44° 49' 9'' N

 Airport Location

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