The Belgrade Airport is an international airport serving Belgrade, Serbia.
It is the second largest in Europe, situated 18 km west of downtown Belgrade near the suburb of Surčin. The first airfield in Belgrade was inaugurated in 1910, it is operated by French conglomerate Vinci Airports and it is named after Serbian–American inventor Nikola Tesla (1856–1943).
The airport was undergoing a major expansion and modernization project to improve the passenger experience. Bostik is honored taking part in this project providing solutions that concerns mainly the floor preparation and LVT floor coverings for a total coverage of 9000m².
Bostik as a partner of this renovation project helped achieving a major milestone, many improvements are introduced at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport for the 1st time.
Open space boarding gates concept is achieved, additional roof corridor enables segregation of the departing and arriving passengers, and travellators are placed to ease and speed up the passenger’s movement.
These works will allow reaching a total capacity of 15 million passenger annually by the end of the concession period in 2043.
In the beginning of 2020, the company BELGRADE AIRPORT started works on the modernization and expansion of Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. Bostik has participated in this renovation project by providing efficient flooring solutions in order to insure comfort for passengers in all the services inside the airport.
- Floor covering: LVT GERFLOR
- Primer: GRIP A310 PROJECT: 200 jerrycans
- Self-levelling compound: SL C510 PRO: 8.000 bags
- Soft floor adhesive: STIX A800 PREMIUM: 600 buckets
GRIP A310 PROJECT
Ready-to-use water-based primer
- Facilitates application of smoothing compounds
- Ready to use
- Quick drying
SL C510 PRO
Heavy-duty self-levelling compound
- Very high mechanical resistance with no shrinkage
- Suitable for supermarkets and hypermarkets
- No sanding
STIX A800 PREMIUM
Ultra high-performance for all types of soft floor coverings
- Ideal for LVT and rubber
- Short drying time
- High inital grab