Congress Information


ECIC Airline Partner

Air Serbia

Special Discount

Thanks to Air Serbia, ECIC Delegates are entitled to a 20% DISCOUNT on their flights to Belgrade for the following travel period: 01 March 2023 – 20 March 2023
Please note that the Discount is valid only on fare and fuel surcharge, excluding airport taxes, airline company promo fares, and Moscow flights.
LIMITED COUPONS available to 350 participants only!

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About Air Serbia

The national airline of the Republic of Serbia has been operating under the name Air Serbia since October 2013, when it changed its name and identity, introducing new business concepts and services throughout its growing network. It is the successor of the first airline company in this area – Aeroput, which was founded in June 1927. From then until today, Air Serbia has been among the leaders of civil aviation and since 1961 a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Air Serbia flies to more than 70 scheduled and charter destinations in Europe, the Mediterranean, North America, Asia, and Africa, both in passenger and cargo traffic.
Air Serbia plays a key role in the development of aviation in Serbia, and the Serbian travel and tourism industry. The company’s priority is to provide exceptional quality service for passengers.

How to get to the city

Getting to Belgrade

Being the most popular destination in Serbia, Belgrade is well-connected with other cities in the region and the rest of Europe.

By plane:
  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is the closest, but also the largest and busiest international airport in Serbia. It is located in Surcin, about 18 kilometers west of the Belgrade city center. The airport is the main hub of the Serbian carrier Air Serbia and it has two terminals. It has regular connections to more than 50 cities, while during the summer season this number grows to almost 100 destinations.
  • Nis Constantine the Great Airport (INI) is the second busiest airport in Serbia, located 4 kilometers northwest of Nis, and around 240 kilometers from Belgrade. Constantine the Great Airport is connected with around 20 different destinations across Europe (some of them operate only during the high season). Airport is growing in popularity thanks to the cheap flights by Ryanair and Wizz Air airlines.