Location: Transit area between gates A4 and A5
Access: Air Serbia and airlines like Etihad, Emirates LOT guests flying in business class; Priory pass, MasterCard Gold, MasterCard Platinum and TAV card holders; Etihad Gold card holders
Opening hours: The lounge is open 24 hours
I didn't expect to have the time to visit this lounge since we had a very tight connection in Belgrade so I was really happy to have visited this lounge. Outside the boarding gate, I asked the agent if we could still visit this lounge and was told that we had 15 minutes. I thought that the lounge was nice although a bit small. There were not too many guests in the lounge when we came so it was okay but I could imagine how it is like during peak hours. From the Air Serbia website, the seating capacity is 50 guests. The food selection consisted of salads, sandwiches and fruits and the alcohol selection was actually very good. I was not able to taste the ham but according to Mike, it was one of the best hams he has ever tasted. He believes it was Krakus ham from Poland. The gentlemen's toilet was okay but did not have urinals. The staff were also friendly. Overall, a nice lounge.