Belgrade Airport profits narrow


Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport recorded a net profit of 10.5 million euros during the first half of the year, down from 17.8 million over the same period in 2015. Its revenue grew 5.4% to 31.7 million euros. The airport expects to record a net profit between 25 and 30 million euros during the 2016 financial year. Last week, the Serbian Prime Minister said Belgrade Airport is likely to be put up for concession for a 25-year period. The process is expected to be completed by mid-2017.


  1. Anonymous20:40

    Expected. This will boost Serbian Government to hurry up with the privatization or concession, which is a good thing.

  2. nothing unexpected was happen every airport and country have limits and their own capacities. It is not bad result, just keep this level is OK. It is not hurry to privatized Belgrade airport. Concession maybe.

  3. It is important that the airport is profitable it is today very difficult if they continue this trend of earnings growth and increase the number of flights and services Nikola Tesla Airport will be the leader in the region and beyond.

  4. My Favorite! Prices are based on the "all-inclusive" concept. We won't surprise you with any extra or hidden charges upon your arrival!


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