The new terminal building and facilities at Prishtina International Airport in Kosovo are up and running smoothly.
Construction was carried out by Turkish firm the Limak Group, which it operates the airport with partner Aeroports de Lyon and the project cost totaled €140 million.
Prishtina is the only international airport in Kosovo and is the only port of entry for civilian air travellers to the country.
Work included construction of the new terminal building and facilities, four passenger bridges and eight passenger gates.
The opening of the new terminal will see an increase in Prishtina’s annual passenger capacity from two to five million.
The airport already ranks third highest in the number of annual travellers among airports in the ex-Yugoslavian countries, after Belgrade and Zagreb airports.