Morava Airport near Kraljevo will open for civilian air traffic on June 28th, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic said on June 20th.
“Morava Airport will function as a civilian and military airport and I am very proud of that, because, thanks to its position, this airport can be significant for cargo transport in this part of Europe. The Morava Corridor, which construction begins this year, will pass right by the airport. When you add the railway to that, logistically, this will be the best facility in this part of Serbia,” Mihajlovic told the press while visiting Corridor 11 to inspect the works.
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She added that the plan was to expand the runway to facilitate cargo transport too, and said that it was very important for that part of Serbia to get an airport, in addition to Belgrade and Nis.
“The airport will operate in line with the set flight schedule. There are no regular flights at the moment, but there are negotiations with companies interested in operating passenger and cargo flights from Morava Airport,” Mihajlovic said.
There have been some indications that the first flights from Morava Airport will be to Turkey and Germany.
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