Airport operator Vinci has unveiled a final design for Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport’s ongoing expansion, which is scheduled for completion within three years.
In a statement, the operator said, “Vinci Airports continues to make progress on its plan to launch new flights, improve passenger flow, promote Serbian tourism and implement its environmental policy. In tandem with Vinci Construction Grands Projets, we kicked off the airport’s first construction project in late 2019. With a total investment of 730 million euro over the next 25 years, we will carry out renovations to increase airport capacity and guarantee high-quality service rivalling the best airports in the world. Our aim is to grow passenger numbers from six million to fifteen million by 2043”.
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The company also added: “Together with our construction partner, Vinci Terna Construction JV and their subcontractors, Belgrade Airport has developed a specific plan to mitigate the impacts of the pandemic on the works dynamic and projected deadlines”.
The company is currently working on expanding the existing Terminal 2 building (C Pier). The project is expected to be completed in September of next year. Furthermore, the upgrade of the aprons and the construction of bus gates on Terminal 1 are also in progress, while preparatory work on the construction of the new inserted runway began several days ago.
Furthermore, Vinci’s subcontractor, Energoprojekt has unveiled several visuals of the interior. Next stages of the project will have a strong eco-friendly focus in order to reduce environmental impact in terms of CO2, water and waste.
A new power plant will be built to produce heat and electricity, which will shift from heavy fuels to more environmentally friendly energy sources and reduce emissions. The plan also includes a solar power plant, as well as solid waste and wastewater treatment plants.
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