Morava military airport to open to civilian flights, Serbian minister says

Morava military airport to open to civilian flights, Serbian minister says

Morava military airport to open to civilian flights, Serbian minister says Izvor: Tanjug/Kabinet potpredsednice vlade Srbije M. Mirečetić

The Morava airport outside the town of Kraljevo will be opened to civilian traffic on June 28, Serbian Construction, Traffic and Infrastructure Minister Zorana Mihajlovic said on Thursday.

“Morava will operate as a civilian-military airport and I am very proud of that because its position could make it important for cargo traffic in this part of Europe. The Morava corridor which we will start building this year will pass near it and when we add the railway to that, there is nothing better in this part of Serbia in the sense of logistics,” she said.  

The minister said that the runway will be expanded to accommodate cargo traffic. “We don’t have regular flights yet but we are talking with companies who want to fly out of Morava, both passenger and cargo traffic,” she said.

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