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Beograd Nikola Tesla International Airport

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (IATA: BEG, ICAO: LYBE) is the primary international airport serving Belgrade, Serbia. Previously known as Belgrade International Airport, it was renamed in 2006 in honour of Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. The airport is situated 12 km (7.5 mi) west of central Belgrade, in the Surčin Municipality, surrounded by Syrmia's fertile lowlands, between the Sava and Danube rivers. Passengers on the right hand side of planes descending from the east have a view of downtown Belgrade, especially the districts of Čukarica and Novi Beograd. The national flag carrier and largest airline of Serbia, Jat Airways, uses Belgrade Nikola Tesla as their main hub. It is also one of the hubs for low cost airline Wizz Air. Aviogenex charter airline, and air taxi airlines Air Pink, Jat Airways AVIO taxi, Prince Aviation and Pelikan Airways also call the airport their home.

ICAO: LYBE
Country: Serbia
Latitude: 44.8184
Longitude: 20.3091
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LYBE 230500Z 12015KT CAVOK 10/06 Q1004 NOSIG
Runways
Runway Magnetic Bearing Dimensions Surface
12 118° 3400m x 45m Asphalt
30 298° 3400m x 45m Asphalt
Air Traffic Control Stations
Position Identifier Callsign Frequency (MHz) Note
LYBE_GND Beograd Ground 118.30 Only during LVP
LYBE_TWR Beograd Tower 118.10 None
LYBE_APP Beograd Radar 119.10 None
Navigational Aids
Type Identifier Frequency Note
ILS RWY12 YUB 110.30 MHz CAT 3B
ILS RWY 30 YBE 109.90 MHz CAT 1
VOR/DME BEO 112.30 MHz Belgrade VOR
NDB KN 380 kHz Belgrade NDB
NDB JA 316 kHz Belgrade NDB
NDB OBR 355 kHz Belgrade (Missed Approach Fix)