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Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, from 1st November will start accepting guests from other airlines and also those not flying in Air Serbia business class into its luxurious Premium Lounge at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport.

The change in policy allows guests to purchase a single entry pass at the Premium Lounge reception desk ahead of catching their flight. A pass for guests flying with Air Serbia costs €45 and for those flying with another airline, a fee of €55 is charged.

The renowned Premium Lounge features seating for 80 guests and offers restaurant-quality dining options, spacious bathrooms and shower facilities, as well as state-of-the-art business amenities including Wi-Fi access and USB power outlets.

Guests can also enjoy reading a wide range of international newspapers and magazines in the Premium Lounge which is open 24 hours a day and located in front of Gate A5 in the transfer zone at Nikola Tesla Airport’s Terminal 2.

Dane Kondić, Chief Executive Officer of Air Serbia, said: “With its stylishly modern setting, tranquil ambience and exceptional service, our Premium Lounge is the ideal place to relax, enjoy a meal and freshen up when flying to or from Belgrade.”

Guests can enjoy traditional Serbian food and beverage in the Premium Lounge, including ćevapi and mućkalica as well as domestically-produced rakija from Rakia Bar and wines from the Radovanović winery.

Well-known Serbian brands such as Voda Voda water, Jelen beer, and coffee by Kafeteria, are also served.