Belgrade airport

Belgrade Airport, Serbia's main aviation hub, welcomed more than 6,1 million passengers in 2019. VINCI Airports signed a 25-year concession contract in March 2018 to finance, operate and upgrade the airport and took over operations on 22 December 2018.

In 2020, the works on the modernization of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport have continued without major disruptions. Are expected by 2023, terminal expansion, inserted runway and additional taxiways construction, additional aircraft parking positions, a new de-/anti-icing pad, additional car parking spaces, as well as new access roads. Thanks to the planned capacity upgrades the airport will be able to handle projected 15 million passengers at the end of the concession period with a significantly improve of the level of service, comfort and variety of commercial offers.

In July 2021, Belgrade airport received its first-ever Europe “Best airport” award for quality of service, from ACI Europe. In 2023, ACI renewed this award and also awarded it the prize for the friendliest airport and the most committed team.

In 2022, the airport received its first Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate from ACI. Belgrade airport achieved level 2 in early 2023, acknowledging the new environmental ambition deployed by VINCI Airports that aims to reach Net Zero Carbon emission on all its airports by 2050.

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