The story of the Belgrade Airport began back in 1910. In the Belgrade suburb of Banjica, within the military practice camp, a grass runway was formed. In the following years, aviation pioneers such as Simone, Vidmar, Cermak and Maslenikov made their revial flights.
In the years that followed, the progress was inevitable. Since then, airport has changed its location several times. Although even at one point it is destroyed, still continuosly growing and developing itself. Through the Banjica, Kalemegdan, Pancevo and the foothills of Bezanija, the airport found its final place 18 km west of Belgrade. The construction began in 1958, and the official release into traffic was in 1962. Thus begins the modern era of air transport as we know it today.
In 2006, along with the renovated international terminal 2, the airport gets a new name - Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla". Home airport of Yugoslav air transport became the home of Air Serbia, the regional leader in air transport. The quality of services, security and good direct connections (including New York) have made it possible for Nikola Tesla Airport to become an important point of international air transport.
From year to year the number of passengers is increasing. According to estimates, the year 2017 ended with about 5.5 million passengers. This increase in service users has also caused the expansion of capacity, the improvement and new contents. Progress is continuous.
Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible.
Lord Kelvin, physicist & engineer, 1895
Studies say that about 50% of the traveling time is actually spent on a plane, while the other 50% is spent at airports. A point that generates such an amount not only of passengers, but also of their impressions, habits, ideas and expectations, certainly makes an important and necessary place of presence.
The idea of the multiVision ANT network is to complete this time by offering not only commercial messages, but also the necessary information, ideas and emotions that every traveler will, regardless of their "weight", take on their flight for free.