"Nikola Tesla Airport ready for U.S.-bound flights"

Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport is ready for flights to the U.S., Aleksandar Vucic said Friday opening a new passageway for official vehicles (Airport Pass D).

Source: Tanjug

The prime minister also "underlined that Air Serbia would hire 150 people for the flights."

In the company of Transport Minister Zorana Mihajlovic, Vucic declared open Airport Pass D through which official vehicles will drive into the airport's restricted zone, which is one of the three key points when it comes to the safety of US-bound flights.

This facility was the weakest spot in security control checks. Security measures get tougher when you fly to the States, he noted.

For US-bound flights, Air Serbia will recruit additional cabin staff, around 120 people, and 30 pilots, and one wide-body Airbus A330 is soon to arrive from India, the prime minister said.

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