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First civil aircraft to land on Morava Airport

05. October 2011. | 16:42

Source: Tanjug

The first civil aircraft will land at the Morava Airport in Ladjevci near Kraljevo on Wednesday, the Serbian Defense Ministry released.

The first civil aircraft will land at the Morava Airport in Ladjevci near Kraljevo on Wednesday, the Serbian Defense Ministry released.

On that occasion, Serbian President Boris Tadic, Defense Minister Dragan Sutanovac, Minister of Economy and Regional Development Nebojsa Ciric and Minister for Human and Minority Rights, Public Administration and Local Self-Government Milan Markovic will visit the airport.

Serbian Armed Forces Chief of General Staff General Miloje Miletic, Chairman of the Management Board of Air Traffic Services Agency of Serbia and Montenegro Nikola Stankov, Director General of the Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade Velimir Radosavljevic and Acting Director General of Jat Airways Vladimir Ognjenovic will also attend the landing of the first civil aircraft at the Morava Airport.

In August 2010, the Serbian government adopted an investment program for converting the Ladjevci airport, now called Morava, from a military into a mixed airport.

The investment amounted to EUR 32 million, and investment partner Turkey allocated EUR 10 million. Serbian Defense Ministry earmarked EUR 12 million, the Air Traffic Services Agency of Serbia and Montenegro EUR 3.5 million, other ministries allocated EUR 2 million each, as well as the Nikola Tesla Airport.

The civil and military part of the airport will be infrastucturally separated.


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