Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is ready to welcome passengers ahead of the announced gradual renewal of commercial traffic
As announced by some airlines, gradual renewal of passengers traffic will start during this week and Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is fully ready to welcome passengers and airlines in order to contribute to reconnecting Belgrade and Serbia with the region and the world. This is a very positive and important first step toward economy, tourism and trade recovery from the impact of COVID 19 pandemic. This week, national airline Air Serbia will resume flights to Frankfurt, Zurich, Vienna and London Heathrow, Belavia to Minsk and Wizz Air to London Luton. In the following period, depending on the situation development and regulations more airlines and routes are expected to be re-established.
Relevant procedures and measures are being put in place at the Belgrade Airport, that will, along with sanitary measures applied by the airlines, ensure the safety of all passengers, partners and employees from the moment first flights are established. This, among other procedures, include organization of passenger flows, placement of signage and information in the terminal building and enhanced hygiene and disinfection measures, all in line with international and domestic regulations. In order to timely inform passengers and the public regarding the proper behaviour during their stay in the terminal building, VINCI Airports has launched an educational campaign called "Protecting each other" at all 45 airports it operates around the world, that BELGRADE AIRPORT will regularly communicate through its official channels.
Entry into the airport building will be allowed to passengers only, as well as to persons accompanying passengers with reduced mobility and unaccompanied minors. Wearing a protective mask during stay at the terminal is mandatory, as well as social distancing, that airport supported by floor markings and appropriate signage. Passengers are advised to wash their hands frequently with soap and hand sanitizers placed in visibly marked locations. Answers to frequently asked questions are available at www.beg.aero, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Information Centre at phone number: +381 11 209 4444.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport will continue ensuring all prevention measures are in place, in line with further definition of procedures and recommendations with international and domestic regulations, as well as with the airlines, depending on the development of the epidemiological situation.