Pristina International Airport
Pristina International Airport lies 15 kilometers to the southwestern direction from Kosovo’s capital Pristina city. The airport code is recognized as PRN.
The official ceremony of inauguration took place in 1965. In honor of famous leader of Kosovo Liberation army, the airport was given a name of Adem Jashari.
Pristina Airport welcomes passengers of 15 air carriers from Europe and Middle East. Germanwings, Air Bucharest, Adria Airways, Germania and EasyJet operate the most frequent flights.
Modern terminal was designed in 2013 in order to reply the old one. The length of runways is 2.5km, parking is for taxi to Pristina International Airport. Passengers can leave their vehicles for taxi service in front of the building near airport taxi Pristina International Airport. Several eateries (Secco Coffee, Pasha Patisserie, Miss Coffee) offer tourists decent meal and drinks at affordable prices. Al Petrol Hotel, Emerald Hotel and others are within small distance by airport taxi Pristina International Airport.
Shuttle buses are running 24 hours a day from Arrival hall to Grand Hotel in Pristina (one time in 2 hours). The journey time is around 45 minutes, taxi Pristina International Airport is faster. Be prepared to pay for taxi from Pristina International Airport from £25 for the 15-kilometers ride by cheap taxi.