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About Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG)

Belgrade (Beograd) Nikola Tesla Airport is named after the famous Serbian scientist and inventor, and serves the Serbian capital city, Belgrade. Our airport guide includes details of airport contacts, information on terminal facilities, and accommodation options nearby.


An information desk is situated on the ground floor between Terminal Zone 2B and Terminal 2. A 24-hour call centre (tel: +381 11 209 4000) provides general and flight information.


Driving directions:

From central Belgrade, follow the E75 to Dobanovci and take the airport exit. The total drive time from central Belgrade to the airport is approximately 30 minutes.

Transfer between terminals:

The two terminals are housed in a single building.

Airport Info


Beograd 59

The airport is located 18 km (11 miles) west from central Belgrade

No. of terminals:

+381 11 209 4000

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Bus: Minibus line A1 operates from the airport to Slavija Square in the city centre. The journey time is approximately 30 minutes, and a single fare costs RSD300. Bus 72 also travels from the airport into the city, with tickets costing as little as RSD89 if bought in advance in the airport kiosk. Bus timetables are available on the airport website.

Taxi: Cabs are readily available immediately outside the airport. The City of Belgrade and airport administration have create a fare system for taxis from the airport to six different pre-determined zones. Each zone has a set fare price, which ranges from 14-60€, depending on the destination. Head to the taxi information desk in the baggage lobby area to use cab services.

Terminal facilities


Two bank branches operate on the ground floor of Terminal 2. Several ATM machines and currency exchange facilities are available throughout the airport.


There is a self-service Serbian restaurant landside and another offering international cuisine after security. There are also bars and cafés in both public areas and Departures.


A range of shops selling both local and international branded goods are available both landside and airside. Duty-free products are also on sale at the airport.


Baggage trolleys for passenger use are stationed in front of bother terminals, in the car park, and in the luggage collection hall.


Other facilities available at Belgrade Airport include relaxation areas, a small playground for children, and a fun flight simulator on the ground floor of Terminal 2.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

There are no meeting facilities at the airport, but there is a lounge for premium passengers in the transit area that offers basic business services. Meeting rooms are available at city centre hotels.

Communication Facilities:

Wi-Fi internet access, free for the first 60 minutes of use, is available throughout Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Public telephones and a post office are also available within the terminals.

Disabled facilities:

The airport is fully accessible, with lifts, disabled toilets, and designated parking close to the terminal. The airport recommends that passengers requiring additional assistance make advance contact with their airline when booking.

Car parking:

Two parking lots and a parking garage service the airport and offer different fares for long-term and short-term parking options. One parking lot sits just across the airport terminal, while the furthest option rests just 150 meters from the airport entrance.

Car rental:

Numerous car rental agencies have desks at the airport. Brands include Avis, Budget, Dollar, Europcar, Hertz, Sixt and Thrifty. Offices are situated in the international arrivals area of Terminal 2 and on the ground floor of Terminal 1.

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