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Two airports will be built in Serbia

14 april 2021

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According to the Spatial Plan of Serbia from 2021 to 2035 two new airports will be built in Serbia - near the town of Dobanovtsi and the town of Novi Sad, BalkanEngineer.com learned from eKapija.com. The document was published by the Serbian Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure of Serbia.

 

 

Due to space constraints at the current location of the airport in the capital Belgrade, the new airport near Dobanovci is planned to be built 10 km west of Nikola Tesla Airport and 24 km from Belgrade, next to the E70 motorway.

 

The airport will have an area of ​​about 1100 ha and will have three runways, two passenger terminals, two cargo terminals, a logistics and free customs area, modern navigation equipment and a light signaling system.

 

The airport near Novi Sad will be located about 15 km southeast of the city, next to the A1 highway and will cover an area of ​​about 300 ha. The close proximity to the railway line is a perspective for the development of freight, multimodal transport, the Spatial Plan reads.

 

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