Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

The story of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport starts as far as in 1910. when flying field in Banjica was the first Belgrade airport. Since then until now, it kept changing location, growing and developing. It is only the name that remained unchanged — Belgrade Airport, until 2006 when he was given new name - Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport.


Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Air routs and approaches are equipped with modern radio-navigation equipment.

Immediate surrounding of the airport has four precise systems for aircraft guidance (VOR, DME). Both runway approaches are equipped with precise radio-navigation equipment of ILS type and radar control, as well as other radio-navigational equipment (VOR, DME end so on) providing safe flight in adverse weather conditions.

Runway approach direction 12 is equipped with approach navigation lights for CAT IIIb conditions and runway approach 30 is equipped with approach navigation lights for CAT I conditions and their descent plane of visual approach is type PAPI for both threshold 12 and threshold 30. Approach lights on runway ends (equipped for CAT IIIb conditions for approach 12 and for CAT I conditions for approach 30), runway lights, taxiway lights, connection and apron lights enable so called night start – night flights.

Airport Services

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Location

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
11180 Beograd 59 Republic of Serbia
Serbia

Contact Info
Telephone: 
+381 (0)11 209 4444

Toronto Island Airport Automated Reporting Station Weather info
Overcast, light snow

Location of this weather station:
8.4 km South-Southeast

Reported on:
Sat, 2017-12-30 01:02


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