Belgrade Nikola Tesla has completed most of the work on the reconfiguration of its access plateau and has opened curbside drop-off in front of its new central processor building. It marks the first time taxis, busses and cars have been given access in front of the entrance of the terminal building in over three years. The airport has opened a “Kiss & Fly” zone in front of the departures drop-off area, enabling cars to stop for five minutes. Both the departures and arrivals level now have designated stops for public transport, taxis and tour operator busses. The taxi station has also been moved to the arrivals level of the central processor building. The airport will shortly open three new car parks – P1, a premium parking that is closest to the terminal with 120 parking spaces, P2 with 370 parking spaces, including designated parking spaces for those with disability, as well as P3, which features around ninety parking spaces and will be available only to those who have previously booked a parking space online. As EX-YU Aviation News learns, part of the premium parking will be dedicated to Air Serbia’s business class passengers, from which they will be able to enter the new facility via the bridge. In addition, the airport’s three other car parks – the covered multi-storey car park with 500 parking positions, the car park near the cargo terminal with 200 parking positions and the remote Tesla carpark with 780 car park positions, from which passengers are shuttled to the terminal, continue to operate normally.