Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has published its annual report for 2015 outlining its performance during the year. While Air Serbia remained the dominant carrier at the airport, Lufthansa, Montenegro Airlines and Turkish Airlines all managed to improve their passenger numbers, while Wizz Air and Swiss International Air Lines continued to see their figures decline.
The busiest routes to and from Belgrade within Air Serbia's network were Zurich (163.416 passengers), Paris, (163.136) and Podgorica (136.101), followed by Moscow (124.696), Amsterdam (102.945) and Tivat (99.024). All of them saw passenger growth when compared to the year before with exception to Moscow (130.708 travellers in 2014) and Tivat (101.608). Amsterdam, which is solely served by Air Serbia, added the most passengers during the year - up 28.567 travellers. Big improvements were also recorded on flights to Zurich and Podgorica.
Belgrade Airport registered its biggest net profit in history in 2015. It stood at 27.89 million euros, up from 27.03 million euros on the year before.