Huge infrastructure works on modernisation of Belgrade airport started early in 2020 and aim at increasing capacity and improvement of customer experience and comfort.
Ongoing works on reconstruction and expansion of terminal building, as well as on modernisation of access roads and parking lot affect traffic and passenger flow and all flow changes are visibly marked.
These works imply full reconfiguration, upgrading and improvement of the system of access roads in front of the passenger terminal that will provide faster access and more efficient traffic flow for passengers and visitors and will increase short-term and long-term parking capacities.
Please obtain adequate information relevant to the implemented changes in traffic and parking regime and accordingly plan timely arrival.
The works affect safety and on-time performance of air traffic. We appreciate your patience and understanding during the work performance.
WORK MAPS, CHANGES IN TRAFFIC AND PASSENGER FLOWS:
The road section along the terminal building is closed for traffic, therefore, vehicles do not have access to airport building entrance. Also, the capacity of the parking in front of the Terminal is decreased.
Passenger 1-minute stop drop-off area is across the Terminal 1. For longer staying, there are available Tesla Car Park (P11), parking lot across cargo building (P7), as well as the garage with 10 minutes drop off free of charge.
Entrance to the terminal building is open at Terminal 1, while for the arriving passengers, there is only open exit toward the parking lot.
Two new bus stops have been introduced - in front of Terminal 1 for the incoming and in the vicinity of VIP/GA Terminal for the departing passengers
Access to VIP terminal
Changed flow as on the map.
Domestic flights transfer
As of April 8, the technology for handling arriving transfer passengers continuing their journey to domestic destinations, has changed. Namely, passengers who are transferring from international flights to domestic flights pass through the passport control upon the arrival and leave the airport building, in order to return to the domestic (departing) waiting room A11 (on the ground floor of Terminal 1).
In order to adequately inform the passengers, as well as to reduce the time required for the transfer of passengers arriving from an international flight to the domestic flight, maps are placed around the terminal and are available at the airport website displaying the flow of passengers, brochures with appropriate information have been prepared, signposts and information signs have been placed in order to clearly mark the nearest route to the waiting room A11. Furthermore, a checkpoint has been set up in front of the passport control for the arriving flights where staff is directing passengers to the waiting room A11.
Staff at the newly established checkpoint shall wait in front of the passport control welcoming the arriving passengers continuing their travels by domestic traffic, and if necessary, conduct them to the waiting room A11, by directing them to the priority line at the passport control which shall enable faster control of documentation and then further towards the baggage claim area.