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Nikola Tesla Airport

Surčin, 18 km from the centre of Belgrade
Flight Information telephone 209-4444,

Nikola Tesla Airport is equipped to handle 5,500,000 passengers annually and is connected via regular routes to 39 destinations worldwide, served both by local carriers and by foreign airlines.

Jat Airways, the national carrier, together with numerous foreign airlines, operate regular routes from Belgrade to destinations all over the world.
Aeroflot (SU)
Aerosvit (VV)
Air France (AF)
Alitalia (AZ)
Austrian Airlines (OS)
Aviogenex (AGX)
British Airways (BA)
Czech Airlines (OK)
Lufthansa (LH)
Montavia (GZP)
Montenegro Airlines (YM)
Olympic Airlines (OA)
Swiss International
Tunisair (TU)
Turkish Airlines (TK)

Low-cost airlines:
Germanwings –
Norwegian Air Shuttle –

Air Taxi (plane charter):
Air Pink, Jove Ilića 13, tel. 391-0100,
Prince Aviation, Goce Delčeva 40-42, tel. 303-2303,

Heli Taxi (helicopter charter):
Aeroput, Svetogorska 10, tel. 3243-480
Shuttle Air, Aerodrom „Nikola Tesla“, tel. 3191-771 ext.3584

Belgrade ground transport from the airport to the city centre


Jat Airways – bus service
Price of ticket: 160 dinars
Journey time: 30 min.
Route: Hotel Slavija terminal – Railway Station – Novi Beograd (Fontana shopping centre) – Nikola Tesla Airport
Hours of operation: first to last flight

City public transport – bus route 72

Price of ticket: 40 din.
Journey time: 40 min.
Route: Zeleni venac market – Novi Beograd Municipality – Studentski grad – Vojvođanska ulica – Nikola Tesla Airport
Hours of operation: 4.45 am to 11:40 pm
Frequency: every 30 min.


The staff of the TOB Tourist Information Centre, located at the exit from the Airport building, will call a taxi on request by travellers.