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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
The Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport is formerly known as the Belgrade International Airport. It is located 12 km west of the city center of Belgrade, Serbia, in the Surcin municipality.
The airport is also the main airport visitors of Vrsac use. This town and municipality is one of the country's most significant center of agriculture in the region. The town has its own airport but is mostly used for agriculture purposes, thus, travelers use the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport for civilian aviation, where the airport is only 85 km away from town.
The airport serves as the main hub of Air Serbia and is also one of the operating bases of low cost airlines Wizz Air. It is a public airport, owned and operated by public enterprise,"Aerodrom Nikola Tesla Belgrade. Its name was changed to Nikola Tesla Airport in 2006, in honor of Nikola Tesla, who was a Serbian scientist and inventor.
The airport began with the Dojno Poljo Airport in 1927, which was Belgrade's first international airport. In 1947, this airport was moved to its current location, where construction took place to accommodate more airlines and passengers. The Belgrade Airport opened in April 1962, with one runway, taxiways and a terminal complex.
Because of the Yugoslav civil war in the 90's, operations at the airport stagnated. Because of the ban on air travel, the airport had very little movement. It began operating again in 2005. Today, the airport handles over 2 million passengers every year and has two terminals.
Terminal 1 is the original terminal building of the airport and was originally used for domestic flights. Today, it used for both domestic and international airlines. It is connected to Terminal 2 through a hallway and contains two restaurants, several shops and a Business Lounge.
The Business Club, opened in December of 2011 offers a more comfortable area for business class passengers. The room has ample space for a maximum of 30 guests, with free drinks and buffet.
The airport's VIP lounge, is more spacious and luxurious, meant for passengers who want to wait in pleasure and utmost comfort while they wait for their flight. There are 3 parts of the VIP Lounge, the first one for leisure, the second for TV crew and press conferences and the 3rd one is for the presidential suite.
Terminal 2, which was opened in 1979 reopened in 2006 after being reconstructed and has over 30 check-in counters and has the capacity to handle over 5 million passengers per year. Airline offices, transfer desks and several retail shops are available at the terminal.
Getting to and from the airport is no problem as there are several choices for transportation that will get passengers to and from the city and its neighboring areas. Car rental counters are available at the arrival hall, 2 bus lines are available every 20-30 minutes and licensed taxis are readily waiting for passengers just outside.