VINCI unveils future plans for Belgrade Airport


Airport operator VINCI has unveiled a finalised design for Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport’s ongoing expansion, which is scheduled for completion within three years. In a statement, the operator said, “VINCI Airports continues to make progress on its plan to open new routes, improve passenger flows, promote Serbian tourism and implement its environmental policy. In tandem with VINCI Construction Grands Projets, we kicked off the airport’s first construction project at the end of 2019. With a total investment of 730 million euros over the next 25 years, we will carry out renovations to increase airport capacity and guarantee high quality service rivalling the best airports in the world. Our aim is to grow passenger numbers from six million to fifteen million by 2043”. It added, “Together with construction partner, VINCI Terna Construction JV and their subcontractors, Belgrade Airport has developed a specific plan to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic on the works dynamic and projected deadlines”.


C Pier 


Construction work is currently ongoing on the expansion of the existing Terminal 2 building (C Pier). As EX-YU Aviation News understands, the project is expected to be completed in September of next year. Furthermore, the upgrade of the aprons and the construction of bus gates at Terminal 1 are also in progress, while preparatory work on the construction of the new inserted runway began several days ago. In addition to the finalised exterior design of the expanded terminal released by VINCI, subcontractor Energoprojekt has unveiled several visuals of the interior. Next stages of the project will have a strong eco-friendly focus in order to reduce environmental impact in terms of CO2, water and waste. A new power plant will be built to produce heat and electricity, which will shift from heavy fuels to more environmentally friendly energy sources and reduce emissions. The plan also includes a solar power plant, as well as solid waste and wastewater treatment plants.

Construction of C Pier extension

Preparatory work on inserted runway

Belgrade Airport’s General Manager, Francois Berisot, said, ‘’We expect for major work to be executed over the next three years. These include terminal expansion, inserted runway and additional taxiways construction, additional aircraft parking positions, a new de- icing pad, additional car parking spaces, as well as new access roads. Thanks to the planned capacity upgrades, the airport, which last year served around 6.2 million passengers, will be able to handle projected fifteen million passengers at the end of the concession period. Our aim is to significantly improve the level of service, comfort and variety of commercial offers at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport”.

Comments

  1. Anonymous09:03

    Looks great

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  2. Nemjee09:06

    Now it's clear why they didn't opt for the construction of a brand new, separate terminal building. Basically the C part is pretty much a whole new terminal given the size and layout. Looks good, especially the fact that it will have a lot of natural light. Design looks pretty ok, functional.

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    1. Anonymous10:23

      Thanks for letting us know!

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    2. Anonymous11:52

      This is just good news BEG, this good news LJU and and SJJ too. BEG is expanding rapidly, which means could see more news routes and airlines in the future (possibly Beijing/Shanghai). LJU is going quite well and I hope that they establish a new National Carrier. SJJ is going quite well as well, and I hope they can get more routes to Europe (Paris, London, Amsterdam etc.)
      I really do think that 2021/2022 could be their dream years.
      Pozdrav is Sarajeva!!.

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  3. Anonymous09:07

    Anyone know what the empty space after the terminal will be used for? Maybe remote stands?

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    1. I think for the new deicing pad

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    2. Nemjee15:12

      I passed by the airport about an hour ago and I think what we are seeing now is just the first phase of the expansion up to C10 parking position. From the render it seems like there will be an extra part of the terminal that will be constructed at a later stage, maybe in a few months from now. I don't know when that picture in the text was taken but they are way past that phase and around the area C9-C10 they already finished the first floor.

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  4. Anonymous09:10

    From 6 million plus pax in 2019 to 15 million by 2043, 24 years later, is a very conservative growth estimate.

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    1. Anonymous09:43

      Once VINCI is allowed to update its tariff (upwards), it'll slash JU's abnormal discounts (so called volume discount) gradually. That'll increase JU's ground costs significantly, to be reflected to the ticket prices eventually. At the end BEG's growth will return to a normal level.

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    2. Anonymous10:01

      Do you have a source for that claim or is it more wishful thinking? Let me remind you that BEG has been recording extremely healthy profits over the past years meaning its tariff system is just fine and that they are not losing money from JU.

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    3. Anonymous11:46

      Yeah, they are gonna increase fees for the customer that is responsible for almost half of their earnings.

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    4. Anonymous12:16

      Not only that but a customer that's expanding big time. I mean we all saw what expansion they were planning for this year. Transfers are important for BEG not only because of the transfer tax but because they spend money in shops inside the terminal.

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    5. Anonymous12:59

      Guys,

      please do not feed a troll.

      He is nothing but jealous.

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  5. Anonymous09:11

    I like the park area in front of the terminal. Is it just me or are they going to put old aircraft on display there?

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    1. Anonymous09:13

      Looks like it

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    2. Anonymous16:22

      It would be great if they do. We have some planes like 727 and 737 next to jat tehnika which are waiting for better years. The only displayed JAT plane is Caravelle at the museum but i think there is a enormous potential in that segment just because museum has some unique planes in the world and people would come to see those planes if they knew about the museum.

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    3. Nemjee17:06

      Actually they moved some of those planes that were parked by the cargo building, don't know what it was, an Antonov or something like that. I think it also used to operate for JAT in the 1950s.

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    4. Anonymous17:43

      they moved just lisunov and an 2

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    5. Nemjee07:49

      Thank you. Those were the two aircraft that were parked in that corner, nice to see them being kept in stead of being sent to the chopping block.

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    6. Jatovac08:15

      But at the museum are also skytrain, junkers and a comercial ilyshin and one Dc3(i think )is waiting to be transpored to the museum, this plane is close to the old fire truck, you must have seen this truck

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    7. Nemjee08:21

      Are those planes by Jat Tehnika or closer to the cargo building where these two planes were parked?

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    8. Jatovac08:54

      Dc 3 is close to the cargo building and lisuniv and an 2 were parked next to Jat tehnika, where 727 is now

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  6. Anonymous09:15

    Congratulations to Belgrade

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  7. Anonymous09:15

    Nice. I hope we some some more new airlines add flights.

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    1. Anonymous09:18

      I don't think anyone new will be arriving in 2020 but in 2021 there might be. There could be flights to China either on JU or some other airline but personally I would love for QR to go double daily (even A320) and FZ to add some evening departures.

      Wizz Air to AUH would be pretty neat as well.

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    2. Anonymous09:20

      At least there will be one new route in 2020. Those Wizz flights to Salzburg. And I do believe LOT and Eurowings will eventually launch their new routes to BEG this year.

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    3. Anonymous09:28

      Yeah but I was speaking about routes that were not already announced. I think the Serbian government is desperate to bring back to life the tourist business so we might see extra flights from Turkey and Russia and who knows, maybe even China.

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    4. Anonymous10:17

      With JU doing well in IST maybe we finally get to see TK add more flights or increase capacity by sending widebody like they wanted to some months ago.

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    5. Anonymous10:25

      I'd rather see Pegasus go daily.

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    6. JATBEGMEL11:58

      I think we will see JU going double daily to IST before Serbia allows TK to return their 3rd daily flight.

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    7. Anonymous12:17

      Night flights in winter should perform well because the flight would be departing from there at 06.00 to be in Belgrade at 05.40.

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  8. Anonymous09:17

    Good to see things are progressing.

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  9. Anonymous09:17

    The airport will really be unrecognizable in a few years. Can't wait

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  10. Anonymous09:18

    They are going to build a power plant just for the airport? What?

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    1. Anonymous10:40

      What's the problem?

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  11. Anonymous09:18

    I hope they build an observation deck :)

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    1. Anonymous09:20

      I think they are going to build something inside the old ATC, either a restaurant or a cafe or something. I think it's pretty cool.

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    2. Anonymous09:20

      I think they will use the "old" control tower for that once the new one is finished.

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    3. Anonymous10:59

      That would be very nice. A restaurant at the top of the old ATC :)

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  12. Anonymous09:21

    Design seems logical. My only question is will the exterior be 'uniformed' across the airport, meaning will the old parts have same exterior color, windows etc. I've seen airports with mix/match exteriors, old next to new, does not look good, a bit o cheap side. Judging from the first picture I guess they will make it the same across the buildings.

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    1. Anonymous09:29

      Yes, A gates won't be renovated until this whole extension on the C side has been completed.

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    2. JATBEGMEL12:15

      There is some construction around the A gates.

      2 new bus gates being built around gates A7 and A8, while next to gate A10 something is being built, which looks like an extension to the A pier (gate A11?).

      I think now that operations have reduced and will be like this for a while, they might have time to do most of the work needed to renovate the remaining A gates.

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    3. Nemjee12:30

      I don't think there is going to be an extension past A10 because that part is already an extension next to which is an entry point (especially for refueling trucks) which was recently renovated- about two, three years ago and looks quite nice. Unless they plan on moving the cargo building I don't see what else they can do.

      That said, the remote stands that were used by general aviation in the past are being renovated. I think that area is being expanded so who knows, we will find out soon enough.

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  13. Anonymous09:22

    Big project. Congrats

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    1. Practical rather then breath taking. Arhitecturally speaking.

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  14. Anonymous09:23

    From the render, it seems that the second floor on the extended part will just be a hallway leading to T1.

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    1. Anonymous10:32

      No, the upper floor will be for the inbound passengers, while the lower one will be for the outbound. They will finally be separated at BEG, so that one centralised security control can be built.

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    2. Anonymous11:39

      I don't see the link between separating in and outbound traffic with central security check.
      BRU has central check then you split to intra EU (no passport control and mixed in and out traffic) and out of EU (passport control and split of traffic).
      I think central security is more efficient and also cheaper for the airport. The only space for it is upper floor, but then they have to remove cafes and all other services there.

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    3. Anonymous12:24

      So first, we should not be talking about EU/non-EU, but Schengen/non-Schengen. Arriving intra-Schengen passengers can mix with departing intra-Schengen passengers while arriving non-Schengen passengers are not allowed to mix with any departing passengers. That's for Schengen airports. Regarding Serbia, none of the arriving passengers can mix with departing passengers. Hence, a separate arrivals area will enable Vinci to successfully implement centralized screening. I don't see why they would have to "remove" cafes and services - once this C extension is completed there will be so much more space, so nothing will be removed - it will just be moved :)

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  15. Anonymous09:24

    And what about a hotel?

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    1. Anonymous09:26

      Hotel will probably be built too but it is never developed by the airport operator. They give land and then the chosen hotel chain builds it.

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    2. Anonymous10:07

      A hotel and railway (metro) station are needed.

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    3. Anonymous10:08

      Railway is up to the city/state to build. Not the airport operator.

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    4. Anonymous10:15

      Hopefully government was smart enough to ask them to pay for a rail link to the city but I doubt.

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    5. Anonymous11:22

      100% agree about the railway station. The more options the people have, the better. In the region, only ATH and SOF have metro stations from their airports. BEG will definitely need one being a 1,6 million capital.

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    6. Anonymous12:23

      ATH has both suburban railway and metro station ( Line 3) while SOF has metro. I dont think so that BEG will get metro station any time soon because simply there is no metro in Belgrade while railway station is possible if they make some extension from Zemun to the airport.

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    7. JATBEGMEL12:28

      Ifnthe government was smart enough, they would link the airport with the intercity train network.

      This way, cities like Ruma, Sid, Novi Sad, Pazova, Subotica would be linked directly to the airport by rail.

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    8. Anonymous13:28

      Of course! This was it will be easily accessible from the rest of the cities. You can hop on the train from Novi Sad and directly to Belgrade. ATH has the metro thanks to the Olympics in 2004 but it is a good one. SOF has a connection from its airport to the central railway and bus stations. That option should really be considered by the GoS whilst construction works are ongoing. They have 3 years to react.

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    9. Anonymous15:49

      +1 JATBEGMEL

      That would be a smart but also necessary move by the government.
      An intercity + suburban train network would be really great for workers and passengers at Belgrade Airport and Belgrade itself.

      I would expand the list of cities not only to the ones in the north of Serbia but also to the cities in the near south such as Pancevo, Mladenovac, Lapovo, etc. (e.g. by BG Voz or by Intercity trains)

      But let's see how wise the government will act...

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    10. Anonymous15:52

      Lapovo? That's right next to Batocina which are basically towns just before Kragujevac. Today you don't even have trains from Belgrade to Smederevska Palanka and Velika Plana so I doubt Lapovo is a priority for them.

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    11. If construction is on going it is too late. The GofS should have acted three years ago by carefully planning the suburban & intercity (no need for metro link) direct railway link, so that now, during BEG expansion and renovation the railway connection plan could be implemented. I fear there will not be a railway link any time soon, and yet the railway passes so close to the airport.

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    12. Anonymous16:17

      Government plans a metro line to the airport, it's in the blueprint. It will be the line that will go through Jurija Gagarina in New Belgrade.

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    13. Plans are one thing, reality is another. There is no need for a metro link, suburban rail (BG Voz) to BEG is more than enough. That metro line if ever built will take at least 25 years. Look at how many delays with the building of the first metro line(s) in Beograd itself.

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    14. Anonymous17:07

      Yes but this time around it seems like they are really going through with it.

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    15. Anonymous17:32

      And what happened with this?

      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2018/06/serbia-to-build-belgrade-airport-rail.html

      RZD Rusia

      Also distance from BEG to Zemun is 10km. Not such a long distance to construct a rail, or?

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    16. Haven't heard anything more about this since when it was reported here in June 2018.
      Goes to show how long it takes from an idea to being built, decades.

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    17. Anonymous20:21

      Well Beovoz is kind of different, the metro from the airport would make more sense as it would go from there to Novi Beograd and then to Vukov spomenik. It would cover more people than Beovoz could ever. If they have to spend millions then I would rather get a metro line than an Beovoz extension.

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    18. JATBEGMEL01:33

      Metro doesnt make more sense. Remember, the airport doesnt just serve Belgrade, but cities like Novi Sad, Sid, Pazova etc use the airport. The planned Belgrade Metro doesnt do anything for them. Several kilometres of rail would connect them directly to the airport enroute to Belgrade Central, better serve further Belgrade neighborhoods, added benefit for Surcin and Dobanovci where there are some industries, while itll provide better access to the new industrial park planned near the airport.

      First metro line I dont see being completed before 2030 and wont go anywhere near the airport. BG voz needs several kilometres of track and could be ready in a short amount of time. Alot needs to be invested in a non existant metro and the city desperately needs that investment in other areas of the city, the airport is not a priority.

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    19. I agree with JATBEGMEL. When and if BEG ever gets rail connection it should be commuter rail (Beo voz) and be on the main NS-BG line of the National Rail Network (Železnice Srbije). So that someone from Novi Sad, Šid, or Niš for example, can arrive at BEG without any need to transfer to another train in Beograd (Prokop or N. Beograd station). At the same time, someone from Beograd can take one train at say Vukov spomenik and continue on to the Airport without any transfers.

      In other words the BEG train station should be able to handle, both Beo voz, and Železnice Srbije trains. The key to public transit being successful and viable is to have as few transfers as possible and frequent trains. So that someone taking a train from Novi Sad doesn't have to connect/transfer at N. Beograd train station and then take Beo voz to BEG. They should be able to simply get off at BEG station, and other passengers not going to BEG would just continue on to Beograd, or further south.

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    20. Something similar to Schiphol Airport railway station which is located directly beneath the terminal complex at Amsterdam Airport and has six platforms. Ok, I know very well that BEG is no AMS, but the point being is that now is the time to think ahead and make BEG a true regional hub airport, and to do this you need great rail connections for local, national, and international trains.

      Cheers.

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    21. Anonymous06:17

      In ATH you have various options metro and rail both connected to the it's port and central railway station.
      In SOF metro is linked to central railway and bus station + secondary rail station to neighbouring towns.
      And why not apply the simple, yet very efficient VNO airport model. The train passes 16 times daily, journey to the downtown is 7 minutes, costs only 0,70€ and connects it with the cities and it's coast.

      https://www.vilnius-airport.lt/en/before-the-flight/transport/by-train

      Journey is 3 hours including the wait and costs only 14€.

      There are many ways to get it right but a new airport is definitely sustained by an efficient rail link and not to mention the lack of a true airport hotel both budget and upper class.

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    22. Agreed that BEG needs both a budget (2 stars) and more luxury (4 stars) hotel at the airport.
      (Regardless of how close Novi Beograd is).

      Can you travel by train from the Vilnius Airport rail station to anywhere else other than the city centre?

      I didn't understand what journey time is 3 hours? From where to where?

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    23. Anonymous07:48

      For example from VNO to Klaipeda (coast) the total journey time is 3 hours from the airport Including the transfer time in the central station. It's a combined ticket. In other words, people from the coast can easily use the airport and this is the other end of the country.

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    24. Nemjee07:57

      Why would a train coming from Nis or anywhere east of Belgrade go all the way to the airport? It has to, anyway, pass through Prokop which is a regular Beovoz stop. Just have passengers transfer there and that's it. Much easier than to congest a relatively small station at the airport.
      As for the metro, no one knows what the final design will look like ... or even if we will get one in the end. However, if they have a line that goes from the airport to the city with a stop under Prokop then I think it should be fine. There was a green like in the latest design that went through New Belgrade and passed close to the new central bus stop. If they go through with it then I think that should be fine.

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    25. @Nemjee - What you said about using Prokop as a transfer for Beovoz to the airport is fine and a good alternative. My suggestion would be to take that one step further, and have the train coming from the south or east of Beograd simply continue on it's route north with one of those stops being BEG rail station. If the 'proposed' new rail station at BEG has 4-6 platforms then it wouldn't create a bottleneck at the airport. It should be treated like any other station, just like at Schiphol station.

      Cheers bro.

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  16. Anonymous09:27

    Looking forward to a nice and modern look.

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  17. Anonymous09:28

    Salutations from Zagreb, and congratulations to Belgrade and the whole of Serbia.

    New Airports and infrastructure are always exciting news!

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  18. Anonymous09:29

    We'll be getting quite some exercise on the way to and from the northernmost gates :)

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    1. Anonymous09:34

      Hope they put those escalator walkways :)

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  19. Anonymous09:32

    I like how it looks especially the part where old planes from museum will be located. As soon as you approach airport it will be obvious you are entering the world of avitaion.

    New control tower will dominate the area.

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  20. Anonymous09:33

    I think the main thing that needs to be done is reconstruct the runway and I'm glad it will be done in the first five years.

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  21. Anonymous09:34

    Sounds exciting. Good luck!

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  22. Anonymous09:36

    Finally. Let's see what becomes of this concession.

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  23. Anonymous09:36

    Are they telling us only Air Serbia will fly to Belgrade, judging by the render :D

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    1. Anonymous09:38

      Nope, look at the B platform, that's where Wizz Air is :P

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    2. Anonymous09:39

      No, Airbus will be flying to BEG too :-)

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  24. Anonymous09:37

    Seems like they are keeping the system of double gates like at the current terminal. So basically all gates can be doubled up for widebodies.

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  25. Anonymous09:39

    Love the picture of the A380 departing from Belgrade with two engines. lol

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    1. Anonymous09:42

      Cost cutting :D

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  26. Anonymous09:56

    The C pier work will be done quite quickly.

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  27. Anonymous09:56

    Much needed. Good to hear.

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  28. Anonymous09:57

    I like the clean and airy structural design.

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  29. Anonymous10:02

    Judging by how fast contruction is progressing i think it will be completed before september next year. Maybe they will open some parts of it before?

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  30. Anonymous10:14

    New runway in just 5 yrs is a bit unnecessary.

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  31. Anonymous10:15

    To be honest, I think it's rather sad that there is only "forest" behind the C pier extension. In most other countries airports serve also as logistic/cargo hubs with huge business zones around the airport. With these renders it seems that there's not much business going on around BEG airport and the airport only serves as a passenger airport. VINCI (or Belgrade, Serbia) should work on that too in my opinion. Just check Ljubljana airport. The sorroundings are developing even faster now with Fraport with new cargo/industry facilities coming every year. This means more business, more people employed, more money in the area and with that I suppose also the passengers numbers should increase.

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    1. Anonymous10:20

      There is no need for that right next to the airport since it's so close to New Belgrade which is already booming as a business center, right now there are around 5 skyscrapers being built with 2 more being planned next to the new Chinese cultural center. On the other side you have places like Shimanovtzi or Krnjeshevci which is where massive warehouses are located. In reality that is why there is no need for such business on airport grounds.

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    2. Anonymous11:00

      I am also waiting for some info about cargo. It seems they will not touch cargo for next 5 years. I do hope they will look for some cargo solutions....

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    3. Anonymous11:25

      Anon 10:15 +100
      Fraport is indeed doing a tremendous job in LJU and was really surprised by the cargo developments. The airport looks very Scandinavian and moder. But lets wait and see what Vinci will deliver.

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  32. Anonymous10:16

    Unfortunately it seems government will not publish the concession agreement.

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    1. Anonymous10:35

      Welcome to the Balkans!

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    2. Anonymous11:43

      And what will change if they publish it? What changed after they published the JU one?

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  33. Anonymous10:21

    And I remember people being so dramatic on here about this whole thing. First that no one would be interested in BEG, then that the concession will be annulled, then that Vinci won't actually take over the airport, then that they won't do any major work at BEG, now waiting for the next one.

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    1. Anonymous10:45

      Something else will be found.

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  34. I hope we see more larger planes in the future like A330s, B777 or A350s. In fact more long haul routes
    from Belgrade airport whether from AirSerbia or from others airlines. When that happend Belgrade Airport wil be perfect. I think that it has potential for that.

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    1. Anonymous10:26

      Yesterday we had Aeroflot's A333 in BEG <3

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    2. Anonymous10:32

      It was a repatriation flight.

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    3. Anonymous11:43

      Of course, I know but it was still a beautiful sight.

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    4. JATBEGMEL12:37

      Quite a number of widebodies have visited BEG the past couple of months:

      HY B763, MS B773 and A333, SU B773 and A333, EY B773 and B789, Saha B742, Wamos B744...

      Many great videos available Youtube. Great job to our spotters in BEG :)

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    5. Nemjee15:14

      Let's not forget the most exotic moment: Ukraine International B763 from Belgrade to Anchorage.

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  35. Anonymous10:41

    I'm still trying to figure out where they will build half of these things. Like the power plant

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  36. Anonymous11:02

    Sounds good.

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  37. Anonymous11:08

    I will say it again. Connecting T1 with the aviation museum somehow would be a good idea :)

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    1. Anonymous11:09

      +1

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      It would be great for transfer passengers.

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  38. Anonymous11:30

    Is it only me or just an impression but didn't this take a bit took long? Vinci signed back in Mar 2018 and now we are in June 2020 i.e. more than 2 years to begin...

    https://www.exyuaviation.com/2018/03/vinci-signs-belgrade-airport-concession.html

    I hope they finish on time!

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    1. Anonymous11:33

      It's just you. Vinci took over the airport in January 2019 and started work in December 2019 (not June 2020).

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  39. Anonymous11:59

    the park looks beautiful :)

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    1. Anonymous15:07

      My favourite part :)

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  40. Anonymous15:11

    When will the control tower be completed?

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    1. Anonymous15:14

      They said it would take a year to build. So probably March-April 2021.

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    2. Anonymous15:34

      That's not far away. Hope they can make it.

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  41. Sa nadom da uskoro doletim do Beograda. Da bih uzivao posmatrajuci progres u gradnji i modifikaciji te najvaznije Srpske vaszdusne luke. Verujem da ce napraviti vecu terasu za posmatranje avio saobracaja. Naravno da bi gornji deo starog kontrolnog tornja bio velicanstven izbor.
    Takodje ocekujem gradnju velikog kargo centra sa bocne jugoistocne strane od velikog hangara. Tada bi se A gejtovi mogli produziti za jos cetiri do pet novih gejtova.
    Vremece pokazati. U nadi da ce VINCI INTERNATIONAL od sada redovnije prezentovati progres izgradnje...
    Tople pozdrave iz zimskog Sidneja.
    Rodney Marikovic AME 😀✈🛫🌐🛫✈🇳🇿♥️🇷🇸🇫🇷🛫✈

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  42. Super su Vam ove zastavice, Cika Rade!

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    1. Hvala vam Anknown 16:06, sto ste primetili.
      Prva Australijska zastava je odkle se javljam. Srpska je, predstavlja gde se preobrazava aerodrom. I treca Francuska je zbog VINCI International Airports korporacije koja je platila vise od jedne ipo milijarde evra za 25 godina upravljanja. Zbog gradnje i dogradnje te vazdusne luke, kaoi i Aerodroma Srbije jeste moja prvenstvena radost i nada. Kao i ostalim projektima koi se izvode u zemlji Srbiji. Pa i bilo gde.
      Verujem da znate da iskreno pisem, mislim i postupa.
      U avgustu dodirnu cu osamdeset peti put pistu iz Australije pa cu uzivati da posmatram akrivnost
      Na aerodromu.
      Pozdrav iz Kings Park-a.
      Rod. ✈🛫

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    2. Propustio sam da iskazem kazem veliko odusevljenje zbog potencijalne namere koja je prikazana na renderu. Postavljanje pet, sest aviona izmedju terminala i Muzeja vazduhoplovstva Srbije.
      Verovatno bi to bili Karavela, DC 9, B 727 mozda kopija Poteza iz doba Aero Puta...
      Takav uredjen prostor nigde nisam video.
      I pored toga sto sam bio do sada na 177 aerodroma i vis od par stotina terminala. Ova ideja osvezava.
      Unikatna je. Vec sam vam ranije plsao o ideji postavke memorabilije koja bi mogla da se postavi na buducoj terasi za posmatranje aerodroma i saobracaja. U sastavu restorana ili kafea.
      Kada bih neko bio dostupan za sugestiju...
      pozeljno bi bilo. Mozda i korisno.
      To ipak sama zelja nije dovoljna.
      Dobra ideja i namera ponekad u nadleznim i dobru volju stvori. Vera, volja i zelja svet menja.
      To preobrazava i Aerorom Beograd Zar ne!
      Rod😀

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  43. Mozda jos i Grcku, oni izvode radove...

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  44. Anonymous17:02

    Always a lot of fun looking at Vinci or Energoproject renders of the airport. Picture number 1 and picture number 4 are conflicting - it can be one or the other but not both. Isn't that fun? Triangle expansion Vinci render presented in picture 1 will be built right at the current front entrance of T2 depicted in picture 4, so I would discard render #4 as depreciated.

    Speaking of BEG, it restarted first post-covid service to JFK on Saturday and trip report from that first flight has been posted online. No video from inside the plane but some footage from both BEG and JFK accompanied by detailed verbal description of unusual travel experience:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j74IAZ_RvM4

    Flight was full:

    https://www.facebook.com/149772751732661/photos/a.2553265078050071/3113993205310586/?type=3&theater

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    1. Anonymous17:09

      It's not conflicting. Render 4 shows C pier entrance not T2 entrance.

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    2. Anonymous18:12

      That would be viewpoint of new C pier entrance from current T1 entrance?

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    3. Anonymous18:16

      Yes

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    4. Anonymous20:40

      That explains it. I stand corrected.

      I saw new advertising for global credit card company on glass jet bridges, looks great and brings new revenue.

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    5. Nemjee08:01

      Do you know which credit card it was? I think they had Eurobank ads for well over a decade now.

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  45. Anonymous10:28

    There are two different project (of Terminal 2) on this photos here. I guess the one, which is also on ANT website is official, the render which shows just T2 (whit white roof) is an old project.

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  46. What about arrival hall? The existing one is definitely not a good solution.

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  47. Anonymous17:30

    Where is the garage? That parking lot is a disaster right now. It needs a major expansion.

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