Students of the College of Tourism Toured Airport
Belgrade, 25 March 2008
Four hundred students of the College of Tourism from Belgrade in two weekends toured (on 15 and 22 March) in organized visits Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport getting familiar with work processes. In these 5-hour tours students learned about funcitioning of the main airport services and operating technology. The had the opportunity to see Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, their connecting part and Annex of Terminal 1. They feedback was very positive. For many of them it was the first opportunity to visit and get familiar with Belgrade Airport.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Donation of Blood by Employees of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Belgrade, 20 July 2007
For the second time this year employees of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport donated blood.
Volontery blood donations at Belgrade Airport are carried out continually many years in cooperation with KBC "Zemun".
Prim. dr sci Vesna Libek, Head of Blood Transfussion Service of KBC "Zemun" said at this occasion:
"We have an excellent long-term and planned cooperation with Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport. It is very important for blood donation campaigns to be well planned in order to avoid difficiencies. At the same time, we inform donors about health issues during donation and examination. We regularly carry out campaigns 3 or 4 times in a year. There is a lot of donors among employees. Also, 50 percent of management donates blood, supporting and heading this compaign.
Airport helps us not only by human resources, providing blood, but also in supply of equipment. During the most difficult period, Airport renewed our computer system by a large donation. Now we are in position to register blood donors with all data about donor and recipient, and tracks of each unit of blood. Airprot has donated also automatic analyzer for testing of all blood units for blood transmitted deseases and refrigerator for storage of separated blood components. This equipment was donated by Airport in the last years".
Transfussion Service of KBC "Zemun" is one of the 4 services in Belgrade, beside Blood Transfussion Institute, collecting and distributing blood. It annually collects at least 6.000 units of blood, and processes more than 3 tons of blood. About 80 percent of collected blood is used in KBC "Zemun" and 20 percent where it is needed, most often in KBC "Bežanijska kosa" and Mother and Child Institute.
In joint organization and continual many year cooperation, Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport and KBC "Zemun" work also on promotion of volontery blood donation awareness and education of the youngest in "Blood means life" compaign.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport will continue to give aid to all, especially those in the most difficult and dependent position, like children and seek people, and in the most efficient way.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Appreciation letter from Jat Catering
Appreciation letter of the Serbian Orthodox Parish of Bujanovac
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport participated in campaign "Swimming pools to the children"
Belgrade, 28 June 2007
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport participated in campaign of SBC's Beogradski program "Swimming pools to the children", with the aim to provide free seasonal tickets for swimming pools to students of elementary and secondary schools.
At donors’ meeting, Director General of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport, Mr. Nebojša Nedeljković, handed stacks of tickets to headmasters of schools "Ivo Andrić", "Bora Stanković" and "Milan Milićević".
Students of above schools will have free access during the whole month to the swimming pool of "Banjica" Sports Center.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Visit of Choir "St Prohor Pčinjski" from Bujanovac
Belgrade, 16 June 2007
Belgrade Airport was visited by 40 children from choir "St Prohor Pčinjski" from Bujanovac.
With intention to motivate children, each year they have an organized trip with visits to places of interest in Serbia, and Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport wanted this way to support this idea.
Being for the first time at Belgrade Airport children had a tour of airport terminal and then visited also the Air Museum.
Children were welcomed by Mr. Nebojša Nedeljković, General Director of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport: "Good morning and welcome. I do not know if you had the opportunity earlier to visit Belgrade Airport, but I can tell you that it is the largest and best in the region. I am very glad that you are here and hope you will come again in future and that we shall continue to enjoy each other’s company."
"I wish to thank you for everything you did for the church and the choir "St Prohor Pčinjski" and express best wishes both to you and the company" said the priest Novica Nikolić and handed over the icon of St Prohor Pčinjski.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Elementary school "9. maj" from Kololeč Appreciation Letter
Appreciation letter from Association for information of blind and visually impaired persons "Humanost" from Valjevo
Walk-Through Metal Detector of the latest generation at Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Belgrade, 13 April 2007
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport is supplied with walk-through metal detector of the latest generation, which functionality will be examined within the trial period.
The unit "Meteor 300" is certificated by American Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and is used at the largest world and European airports – in USA, Great Britain, Spain, Austria, Hong Kong.
"Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport is continually directed to further improvements and modernization of business operations. We take this opportunity to compare the existing and new technology. We shall use the new walk-through metal detector experimentally during the initial period in cooperation with all institutions operating at the airport. We would like to thank manufacturer for enabling us to test the unit "Meteor 300". Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport with its developing strategy is constantly directed to continual improvements in operation and selection of the most adequate and most compatible solutions", said Nebojša Nedeljković, Director General of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport when introducing the new equipment.
Josip Ćurčija, representative of the company "Tehnomobil", local representative of the "Rapsican sysems", manufacturer of the walk-through metal detector thanked to Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport for the given opportunity.
"The most important characteristics of this unit are high resistance to interference, networking ability, certificate for safety of pregnant women and persons with pacemaker passing through, area detection remote controle unit. Units of our company, which is the sole manufacturer of such equipment, can be found at more than 700 airports all around the world", said Mr. Ćurčija.
Passengers and buisness partners are priority to Belgrade Airport and it will continue to provide them with the most contemporary, highest quality and most efficient services.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Visit of the students of Secondary Technical School from Subotica, transportation major
Belgrade, 2 April 2007
With intention to support advanced training of the youth, Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport received visit of the students of the third grade of transportation major of the secondary Technical School from Subotica.
Students together with their teacher Dijanom Spasojević and representatives of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport, had the opportunity to get more familiar with the work of Belgrade airport. During their visit, they could see apron operations, cargo warehouse, equipment and procedures of aircraft ground handling and fire and rescue service.
Students from Subotica, who came to our airport for the first time, were impressed by the system of airport operation, which is of very important for them in their future practical implementatiaon of their acquired knowledge. They were most impressed by take offs, landings and ground handling of aircraft, as well as fire vehicle "Panther", which performances they were able to see.
This visit of the students of secondary Technical School was of educational character, and they learned also about employees attitude towards work at Belgrade airport, business etics and hierarchy.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Successfully finished action of "salvation of New Year trees" on Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Belgrade, February 6th, 2007
PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport has successfully finished its action of "salvation of New Year trees"!
Only in two weeks, almost 20 families and few companies from Belgrade and surrounding have contacted PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport, wishing to make their New Year trees live even after New Year holidays.
In this short period 17 trees were planted, but for inadequacy of root systems few didn’t survive.
Action of planting New Year trees, initiated by PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport, had a purpose of protecting of our environment as well as "greening" of wider airport area.
In the name of PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport citizents were gifted with suitable presents, as a sign of gratitude for joining initiative for protecting environment.
PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport highly appreciate and thanks once again all those who have helped maintenance of the environment.
PE Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
The action of “salvation“ of New Year`s trees on Belgrade “Nikola Tesla“ Airport
Belgrade, January 15, 2007
The first tree, from the special premises of the airport, is already planted on the approaching road and that event marked the beginning of this action.
During the action started by Belgrade “Nikola Tesla“ Airport it is planned that all employees will take the trees over and plant them on spaces of broader airport complex provided for green areas.
The aim of the undertaken initiative is protection of environment and the result will be making of green areas around the airport.
All interested can get further information at Information Service, Belgrade ”Nikola Tesla” Airport on phone numbers: 011/22 86 479 and 064/84 85 297.
Belgrade ”Nikola Tesla” Airport
Appreciation letter from H.R.H. Crown Princess Katherine Foundation for support in organization and realization of the project "Children helping children"
Belgrade Chamber of Commerce appreciation letter
Appreciation letter from H.R.H. Crown Princess Katherine for support in organization and realization of the project "Children helping children"
Visit to Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Belgrade, 07 December 2006
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport received Mr. Milovan Lakić, who was in 1957 Director of Airport "Beograd" Authority in Zemun. He had taken part in building of a new airport in Surčin and with his 86 yeras of age made a wish to visit Beograde "Nikola Tesla" Airport.
As a reason for visit of Belgrade airport Mr. Lakić stated participation of Mr. Nebojša Nedeljković, Director General of Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airaport in TV program presenting to date results of operations of this public company, whch were very interesting for him.
During the tour of Belgrade Airport, Mr. Lakić said:
"I have seen and visited majority of world airports. According to my criteria Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport can be lined up "shoulder to shoulder" with the large international airports. It is all well done, it can be seen that new technologies are introduced which were not available in my time, which certainly makes operation of this airport easier and enables larger volume of passengers and cargo at the Airport.
I am very satisfied that you gave me the opportunity to visit and tour the Belgrade Airport and I thank you for it".
Mr. Milovan Lakić spent 10 years in civil aviation in the head office of Yugoslav Air Transport as a planner, in 1952 he moved to Civil Aviation Authority of the Federative people's republic of Yugoslavia where in 1953 he was appointed Assistant Director of the Airport Beograd, and in 1957 Director of the same airport. Mr. Lakić was also secretary of the state commission for examination of civil pilots, in 1957 he was a member of the Civil Aviation Authority in Brusseles, in 1958 as a Director of Belgrade Airport he was sent to International Civil Aviation Organization – Montreal, Canada, then for specialization to Zurich, Airport Kloten and Basel Airport, where he spent three months.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport in this way too stays open to the public, both general and professional one, satisfying their interests in operation of this public company, one of the most successful in our country.
Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Horizontal signaling pursuits in front of terminal building
Belgrade, 7 August 2006
New name of the Airport lighted up
Belgrade, 11 July 2006
Yesterday inscription JP Airport "Nikola Tasla" begun to glare on Belgrade Airport Terminal Building.
150 year celebration of the birth of Nikola Tesla was the right moment to light up for the first time the new name of Belgrade Airport - Nikola Tesla, on International Terminal 2.
JP Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport - a member of TIACA
Greeting card from H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar II Karadjordjevic to the Belgrade Airport for the best used investment in the year 2006
World athlets reception at Belgrade Airport apropos Belgrade Internacional Meeting-memorial Artur Takatch
June 3, 2006, Belgrade
Representatives of Primary school Samu Mihalj, Backo Petrovo Selo at Nikola Tesla Airport
May 19, 2006, Belgrade
"Gumball 3000" at airport "Nikola Tesla"
Beograd, 02. maj 2006. godine
"Gumball 3000" at the Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla"
May 2, 2006, Belgrade
That Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla" is near realization of its goal to become a regional leader in air transport was evidenced at arrival of "Gumball 3000" to Belgrade on May 2, 2006. For the first time Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla", in addition to scheduled air operations, carried out handling at the same time of three large cargo aircraft type "Antonov 124 Ruslan".
With full engagement of all competent services of the Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla", 77 luxurious, sports cars, which from the plateau in front of City Hall came to Belgrade airport, were loaded into three cargo aircraft type "Antonov 124 Ruslan". "Gumball 3000" moved from Belgrade to Karachi.
Participants of the most glamorous rally in the world, after London, Brussels, Vienna and Budapest, chose Belgrade for their next destination. At this year "Gumball rally" were present luxurious sports cars, including "Aston Martin AMV8", "Rolls Royce Phantom", "Masserati MC12", "Bentley continental" and "Porsche Carrera".
Thanks to all current capacities engaged, Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla" has successfully carried out all tasks of cargo aircraft handling. With construction of Cargo Terminal Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla" will improve its passenger and cargo transport services which are already at an enviable level.
JP Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla"
Blue & white colors of Airport also colors of flowers along the access road
Flowerpots, begonias on green islands, fountain in front of Terminal 1 Annex, cypresses in front of Terminal 2 and blue & white flowers on newly formed lawns, the same as colors of Aerodrom “Beograd”, will give something special to new appearance of the airport, i.e. state-of-the-art Terminal 2. Airport employees maintaining green areas worked hard today on cut down of wild tree and bush sprouts, dried shrubs and lawn moving. Although green areas are maintained during whole year, now in the spring works are more intensive with a lot of new flowers and lawns.
All this is done to provide nicer ambient and more pleasant stay for passenger in our Terminals.
JP Aerodrom “Beograd”
Saving of almost 200.000 Dinars per month
Belgrade, 24 February, 2006
Complying to employees' requirements for transport to/from work, the new bus routes result in saving of 197.904 Dinars on a monthly level. Coverage is reduced by 12.378 kilometers and fuel consumption by 2.365 liters. Economy of motor vehicle use is evident, although the real effect will appear later on.
The application of new, more rational transport of employees started on 01 December last year, when six bus lines were closed; there are at the moment eight line in operatiaon.
JP Aerodrom “Beograd”
Prof. Dr. Miodrag Stojković, the first European scientist who cloned human embryo cells
When you land to Aerodrom “Beograd”, you know you are at home
Lined up among 12 world most perspective scientists, and also the first European scientist who cloned human embryo cells, Prof. Dr. Miodrag Stojković has chosen Aerodrom "Beograd" as one of his favourable places in the country.
During his stay in Belgrade and his native Leskovac from 2 to 5 February this year, Prof. Dr. Stojković first had a meeting with the President of Serbia, Boris Tadić. Sujbect of the meeting was how to start as soon as possible with production of stem cells for treatment purposes. After that, at the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade, he was appointed visiting professor, and gave a well attended lecture with a subject "Place of embrional stem cells in modern medicine". In Leskovac he visited a house under reconstruction which is going to be a speciazed hospital for artificial insemination. Prof. Dr. Stojković hopes that it will be soon finished, perhaps by the end of March. As each time when he comes to his country from abroad, this time too he attracted large interest of public, both the professional and the general one. Completely free from usual scientists` conceit, Prof. Dr. Stojković captivates his conversationalists and listeners with his simplicity and extreme modesty. In a very pleasant and kind manner, he explained to us why he is fond of Aerodrom “Beograd”.
- Because it is the first contact with my country, place you are first welcomed. It is the first stop on your way home. When you land at Aerodrom “Beograd”, you know you have come home – says Prof. Dr. Stojković.
New look of Terminal 2, according to Prof. Dr. Stojković is more than positive.
- I am enthusiastic and positively surprised as to how Terminal 2 looks. Our airport is being given a face of a state of the art world airport, such as, for example, Frankfurt airport or any other world airport. Anyhow, whenever I can, I come home. That means that I come to Serbia seven to eight times a year. Of course, I miss my native town, my country from the moment I went abroad to this date – states Prof. Dr. Stojković.
Talking about this I went aboad on 05 February 1991. Prof. Stojković first went to Germany, where he worked in the University hospital in Hamburg. Two years later, he moved to Munich, where he received Doctorate and “Dr Habil” degree from “Ludwig-Maximilian” University in Munich. From 1996 to 2002 he was engaged in early mammalian embriology research, cell biology, nucleus transfer and epigenetics. In 2002 he moved to Great Britain and joined team at the Medical School of the University in Newcastle and where he was given Chair for Stem Cell Biology and was appointed Deputy Director in the Center for stem cell biology and developing genetics. Since 01 January this year he has been in Valencia, Spain, working as Deputy Director in “De Investigation Principe Felipe” Center. He is visiting professor of two Medical Schools and author co-author of more than 70 scientific publications.
Interview by Anamarija Matić
Ana Juzbašić, Passenger Handling Service Manager of JP Aerodrom “Beograd” – the best student in her generation at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
My ambitions are to stay in this country, in the same company
That JP Aerodrom “Beograd” employs highly educated personnel is not unusual but Miss. Ana Juzbašić, Head of Passenger Handling Service of JP Aerodrom “Beograd”, is evidence that in its lines it also has engaged exceptionally talented people. This young woman is 25 and possesses a couple of diplomas of enviable reputation.
At recently held traditional celebration of St. Sava`s day at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, apart from receiving diploma for her graduation, with average score 9,71, Ana was also given award as the best student in generation 1999. She is also given reward “Mr Zoran Radosavljević”, which Department for Air Traffic and Transportation where she graduated, gives to the best student in class. She graduated with grade 10 on theme “Railway connection of the Aerodrom Beograd and its serving area”, with her mentor Prof. dr. Vojina Tošića and for this work she says that it is “the crown of her studies”.
She does not think of herself as too ambitious, that trait at her opinion is often considered negative, but she says she is communicative, enthusiastic and sincere. Ana Juzbašić is now attending postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Transport, Department for Management in Transport and Traffic Engineering, focusing her further education at the field of air traffic management i.e. management of airport companies. Thesis for her master degree will be chosen from the field of airport services quality management.
- The Faculty of Transport is the first within Belgrade University to give to its students this year in addition to their diploma of graduation also “Diploma Supplement” nowadays as per trends in educational system of Europe. According to Bologna convention, in addition to diploma with professional title students are also given dossier of their studies with all examinations passed and received grades – says Ana Juzbašić.
Ana adds that the most difficult examination was the last one “Management in traffic and transport”, which initiated her further studies.
What is you job like at the Aerodrom “Beograd”?
- Job of the Head of Passenger Handling Service understands management of passenger flows and handling from the moment when a passenger enters Terminal building to his boarding of aircraft and in arrival from disembarking aircraft to leaving the Terminal building. My job here is not different in any way from the same kind of job elsewhere. Anyway, you learn all your life. The essence is to keep learning and educating yourself, never to be satisfied with what you achieved. Also, this is not my first job. During my studies, I had a three months practical training in the airport company on Spanish island Tenerife.
What are your plans for the future?
- Everybody wants to improve oneself, but nobody knows where the life will take you. My ambition is to stay in this country, if possible in the same company. But apart from wishes there are also other factors that influence someone’s life.
Participated in the Project of reconstruction of
In the fourth year of High School, Ana Juzbašić decided to enroll the Faculty of Transport, major in air traffic. However, she did not manage at first to enroll desired major.
- Unfortunately, my enrollment was in the war year 1999 when only the grades from secondary school were relevant. I did not manage to get immediately the major I wanted, but I did it after completion of the first year of studies, being of the opinion one should not give up from the goal after the first obstacle – she said.During studies she took part in numerous “Student gatherings in the field of transport”, professional manifestations of international character, not only related to sports activities but also intellectual events, attended AIESEC seminars in Budva and Kopaonik, and worked on some projects, such as reconstruction of Niš Airport and Airport “Beograd”.
Gratitude from Primary School Desanka Maksimovic, Kovin
Embassy of Greece in Belgrade gratitude
Letter from H.R.H. Prince Aleksandar II Karadjordjevic
Promotion of UNICEF programme “School without violence” at Belgrade Airport
All the money collected from the selling of DVD as well as from the farewell game will be used for realization of the above mentioned project. In this way, all passengers and visitors could support the programme “School without violence” at Terminal Hall at Belgrade Airport.
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