Construction work at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is continuing to advance.
Despite initial announcements by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which has provided a loan to VINCI for the airport’s overhaul, that the new processor building would open in March, this is yet to materialise.
However, the airport has simulated check-in procedures and handling of five flights at the new building, as well as an emergency situation.
Arriving passengers, who are already using the building to exit the airport, no longer have to use detours to reach the temporary pick-up zone, with travellers now able to use new outdoor elevators, stairs and pathways instead. The area which will connect the first floor of the new central processor and the Terminal 2 building is also visible.
The new facility features check-in, passport and security, with the existing passport control now being dismantled.