Belgrade Airport, operated by a concessionaire VINCI, handled a record 472,594 passengers in March, representing an increase of 27% on the pre-pandemic 2019.

The number of aircraft movements grew 16% on four years ago. During the first quarter of the year, Belgrade Airport welcomed 1.31m travellers through its doors, also up 27% on 2019. It added an additional 279,142 passengers compared to the pre-pandemic era.

“Belgrade Airport continues to benefit from the strong momentum of routes to Turkey (up by 84%) while developing links with other destinations, such as France, Germany and China. Supply has also increased here, for example by way of Wizz Air’s third aircraft stationed at Belgrade in April 2022, followed by a fourth in April 2023”, VINCI announced.

Source: EX-YU Aviation, Momentum