The construction of a new, inserted runway at the Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade is near the end, and according to the NOTAM notice, the introduction of the new runway and the new taxiways is planned from February 23.
On the same date, radio-navigation and aid devices for landing on the new runway will be implemented, as will be the changes in the navigation procedures at the airport.
The new runway is 3,500 meters long and will replace the existing one, which will be repaired in the coming period. When the reconstruction is done, the inserted runway will become a parallel taxiway next to the initial runway. These two runways will be connected by a new system of taxiways, including four taxiways for a quick exit.
The inserted runway will also be used in the future, if the main one is not in use for any reason.
This year, the repair of the existing main runway will begin as well. It was built in 1962 and was extended by an additional 400 meters to 3,400 meters in 1978. It has been determined that its load-bearing capacity is no longer sufficient.
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