Timetable of public transport lines 72 and A1 to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

Nikola Tesla Airport Parking

Are you planning a plane trip, thinking about the easiest and fastest way to get from the city to the airport? The cheapest option is certainly public transport, and lines 72 and A1 run to Nikola Tesla Airport.

In this text, we will write all the information related to these lines of public transport, but also suggest the best alternative if you are a driver and have your own car. Find out all below.


The city bus on line 72 departs from the turnpike on Zeleni venac and runs directly to Nikola Tesla Airport, the stop is in front of the entrance to the terminals. The first departure is every day from 4 am from the Green Wreath, but this line does not have frequent departures. During the day, a maximum of 2-3 departures in one hour, which can be a problem if you are late for a certain date, because you have to wait 20-30 minutes for the next one. The last departure from the Green Wreath is every day from 23:40.

There are a total of 30 stops on this route, and the average duration of the ride from the start to the end station is about 60 minutes, but it varies a lot depending on the crowds and congestion on the streets of the capital. Since this line passes through most of New Belgrade, Bežanija and Ledina, bigger delays are possible.

Line 72 route:

  • Green Wreath
  • Estuary shopping center
  • Hall of residence
  • Toshin Bunar
  • Bežanija (Nedeljko Gvozdenović)
  • Ledine (Surcinska)
  • Road to the airport

The price of a public transport ticket for line 72 is 89 dinars for a 90-minute drive. You can top up the card at the kiosk or at the driver’s office for 150 dinars. You can also pay for the ticket with a mastercard in the bus.


The city mini bus on line A1 departs from Slavija Square, the stop in Kralja Milutina Street and runs to the airport terminal. Unlike line 72, this line is shorter and is designed as a direct line to the airport. The first departure is every day from 6:30 am, during one hour there are 2-3 departures, which again tells us that the lines are not regular and that you need to wait at least 15-20 minutes if you are late for a certain date. The last departure from Slavija is every day from 7 pm.

The average duration of the A1 line is about 30 minutes, which is much faster than the 72nd line. The A1 mini bus departs from Slavija Square, via New Belgrade and Ledina directly to the airport, and due to the smaller number of stops, the driving time is shorter.

The price of transportation on the A1 line is 300 dinars one way, and you can buy it exclusively from the driver.


Public transport is the cheapest option, but it is not the most practical. In addition to the fact that you will have to carry your luggage for a long time, wait for the bus and mostly have to change, this trip will take up to an hour and a half. On top of all that, the weather is often very unfavorable, so all that can reduce your mood before the trip.

But, if you are a driver and have your own car, the simplest option is to drive your car and leave your pet on Belgrade airport parking. Parking at the airport is cheaper than a taxi in both directions, and simpler than looking for friends to transport you.

There are several private parking lots near Nikola Tesla Airport, one of which is Sky Parking which is only 3 minutes drive from the terminal. Before departure, you need to reserve a place and arrive at the parking lot at least 10 minutes before the desired check-in at the terminal. The paperwork in the parking lot is completed in 5 minutes, the staff transports you to the airport in an official vehicle, and helps you with your suitcase along the way.

On the way back, you will also be transported to the parking lot, so you don’t have to ask anyone to pick you up, or wait a long time for public transport or a taxi. You can organize your time yourself and you will not depend on others.


The price of parking ranges from 200-700 dinars per day, depending on the total number of days. If you are traveling for an extended weekend, this service will pay off handsomely. And for the amount you would pay for a taxi in both directions, you can keep the car in the parking lot for 10 days.

Additional information on parking and prices can be found on the website “Sky Parking”. Feel free to contact them for anything you are interested in, working hours are 24/7.

Source: Portal o ekonomiji by www.economy.rs.

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