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Zoran Ilic, M.Sc. eng. mach - IAP

ASSISTANT MINISTER FOR AIR TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS

Born 15. 2.1962. in Pozarevac
 
1980. Air Force Technical High School Rajlovac
1987. Air Force Technical Academy in Rajlovac
1994 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade - Aerospace
1994. Air Force Technical Academy II Zarkovo-Belgrade
1996. Pilot Academy "Jat" Vrsac
2008. AMPAP ICAO-ACI, John Molson School of Business
 


  • POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
    • Master of Technical Sciences, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade

 

WORK EXPERIENCE
• 1980 - 1994  YNA / VJ - Officer / flyer
• 1997 - 2002  Secretary General of the Union of Societies of Engineers of Pozarevac Municipality
• 2004 - 2014  Director of Investments at Nikola Tesla Airport
• 2014 -           Assistant Minister for Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, Head of the Air Transport and Dangerous Goods Transport Sector
 


OTHER
• Foreign language: English
• 2008 Fulfilled Academic Requirements and graduated from AMPAP-AIRPORT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL ACREDITATION PROGRAM organized by ICAO and ACI World, gaining the world's unique and current highest rank for managing international airports. IAP - INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PROFESSIONAL
Acquired international title IAP, the first person in Europe

  • More than 39 years of flying experience in YNA and civil aviation, valid license from professional pilot and flight instructor, driver's license A, B, C and E category, computer training instructor
    • Worked on planning and construction of Belgrade, Nis, Kraljevo, Kostolac and Veliko Gradiste airports, coordinator of activities for training of Nis airport and Morava military-civilian airport near Kraljevo, head of Nikola Tesla Airport expert team for concession and creator of preliminary technical and technological solution that is, the configuration of maneuvering surfaces at Nikola Tesla Airport as a technological basis for concession implementation
     
    Married (1982), wife Mirjana (1964), sons Nenad (1982) and Predrag (1984)