The Belgrade Airport
The Nikola Tesla Airport (The Belgrade Airport) is located in the Belgrade Municipality of Surčin, about 18 km from the center of Belgrade.
The Belgrade Airport was in 2006 renamed The Nikola Tesla Airport, after one of the world’s greatest scientists, who was of Serbian descent.
The Belgrade Airport was opened in 1962 in its current location. At the beginning, there was a single runway 3000 m long, a taxiway 3350 m long, an airport traffic control tower and an airport passenger terminal. Later on, a new building was made and the runway made longer, and in 1997 modern equipment installed for plane landing under poor weather conditions.
On May 14th, 2006, the renovated Terminal 2 of the Nikola Tesla Airport was opened, so the annual passenger traffic was raised to 5 million.
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