Belgrade, Маrch 1st, 2022


  • Additional parking capacities with more than 1,500 parking spaces
  • Parking lots with video surveillance, modern access control system, and LED lighting
  • Free 24/7 shuttle connection enables quick and easy access to the terminal


As a part of the ongoing reconstruction works at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, a new Tesla parking with a free shuttle bus connection to the terminal was opened in the vicinity of the cargo terminal on the road to Surčin. With this, another important milestone in the airport’s overall modernization plan delivered by VINCI Airports was achieved.


The new and modern, official airport parking lot has an asphalt surface area of ​​36,400 m2 and provides additional capacities to the existing parking lot in front of the terminal. Having in mind projected long-term traffic increase and working on capacity upgrades, the goal is to serve more passengers and improve overall accessibility without compromising the quality of passenger’s experience.


Tesla parking is intended for passengers who plan short, medium, or longer stay at the airport. More than 1,500 parking spaces have been provided, 798 of which are for passengers, including parking spaces for people with reduced mobility (PRM), as well as taxis, car rental agencies, and employees. The parking lot is equipped with LED lighting, video surveillance, and a modern access control system. In the future, the parking will introduce car wash areas as well as innovations such as chargers for electric vehicles.


A free shuttle bus to the terminal is included in the parking fee and runs every 10 minutes, except between 5 pm and 5 am when the buses run every 20 minutes, while the ride takes 5 - 7 minutes.


A shuttle bus timetable is available here. The price of parking is RSD 60 per hour. Price list available here. More information is available here.

The goal of the current reconstruction and modernization project is to make Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport a milestone for comfort, efficiency, innovation, and sustainable development, in line with the best practice of the parent company VINCI Airports, which operates 53 airports around the world.


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