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The Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure stated that Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport will not be closed completely during the state of emergency over the COVID-19 virus, but that in line with the decision of the Serbian government made today, all commercial international flights from and to this airport will be cancelled as of today at 12.00.

The international border crossing at Nikola Tesla Airport will be temporarily closed starting from today, 19 March, by the decision of the government.

The airport will remain open to all humanitarian flights and cargo traffic and Serbia’s air space remains open to all overflights.

The passengers are recommended to contact the airline from which they purchased the flight ticket for more information on exercising their rights, reads the statement from the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure.

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