List of airports in Serbia

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This is a list of airports in Serbia (excluding Kosovo)[a], grouped by type and sorted by location.

Passenger statistics[edit]

Airports with number of passengers served in 2015 and 2016.

Rank Airport City IATA / ICAO 2015 2016 Change
1 Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Belgrade BEG / LYBE 4,776,110 4,924,992 Increase 3%
2 Niš Constantine the Great Airport Niš INI / LYNI 36,200 124,917 Increase 345%
TOTAL 4,812,310 5,049,909 Increase 4.9%

Airports[edit]

Airport names shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled service on commercial airlines.

City served ICAO IATA Airport name
Public
Belgrade LYBE BEG Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
Kraljevo LYKV KVO Morava Airport
Niš LYNI INI Niš Constantine the Great Airport
Vršac LYVR VRC Vršac Airport
Užice LYUZ UZC Užice-Ponikve Airport
Military
Belgrade LYBT BJY Batajnica Air Base
Kraljevo LYKV KVO Lađevci Air Base
Niš LYNI INI Niš Airport
Other
Bela Crkva LYCC Bela Crkva Airport
Belgrade LYBJ Lisičji Jarak Airport
Bojnik LYBJ BJK Bojnik-Kosančić Airport
Bor LYBO Bor Airport
Čačak-Preljina LYCA Čačak-Preljina Airport
Jagodina LYJA Jagodina Airport
Kikinda LYKI Kikinda Airport
Knjaževac LYKZ Knjaževac Airport
Kostolac LYKT Kostolac Airport
Kovin Kovin Airport
Kraljevo LYKA Kraljevo Sport Airport
Kruševac LYKS Kruševac Airport
Leskovac LYLE Leskovac Airport
Novi Sad LYNS QND Novi Sad Airport
Pančevo LYPA QBG Pančevo Airport
Paraćin LYPN Paraćin Airport
Sjenica LYSJ SJC Sjenica Airport
Smederevo LYSD Smederevo Airport
Smederevska Palanka LYSP Smederevska Palanka Airport
Sombor LYSO SOR Sombor Airport
Sremska Mitrovica LYSM Sremska Mitrovica Airport
Stara Pazova LYSP SPV Stara Pazova Airport
Subotica LYSU Subotica Airport
Trstenik LYTR Trstenik Airport
Valjevo LYVA QWV Valjevo Airport
Surčin LYPB PGB Progar Airport
Zemun LYZP Zemun Polje Airport
Zrenjanin LYZR Zrenjanin Airport

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

Notes:

a. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received formal recognition as an independent state from 111 out of 193 United Nations member states.

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