Thursday, May 12, 2016

Belgrade Airport overhaul advances

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Work on the upgrade of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport's facilities are progressing, with construction of an extended check-in area currently being carried out. The airport is overhauling 700 square metres of space to make way for seven additional check-in desks and five automated baggage drop-off kiosks. The self-service product allows for passengers to check-in their baggage within seconds. The expanded check-in will be located in the area connecting the airport's two terminals. Belgrade Airport embarked on a forty million euro expansion and overhaul project last year with the aim to increase capacity by 35%.




8 comments:

  1. Great news. That area looks like a set from a horror movie.

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    1. No, you mixed it up with something. That area was fine before.

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    2. We are speaking about the hallway that links T1 and T2, the most horrid airport space in all of the Balkans.

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    3. Which airport are you talking about? There were few shops and a cafe before. The area was nothing special, but far, far from horrible. In any case it was in better shape than T1, which is old but ok. Now it will be a check in area. You have clearly mixed it with some other Balkan airport of virtually all you visited. It happens. No need for superlatives and for unfounded dramatization.

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  2. By the way, seems like Wizz Air will be keeping both Eindhoven and Maastricht this summer from Belgrade.

    I know that Maasticht was introduced as an alternative to EIN which was temporarily closed but bookings are open for both destinations throughout the summer AND winter.

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    1. No way, the last flight to Maastricht will be on June,14th.

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    2. Look it up, Maastricht is bookable all throughout summer and even winter. Seems like it's here to stay.

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  3. when will the refurbish t1 gates and hall?

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