Prishtina International Airport “Adem Jashari”
Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari, also referred to as Pristina International Airport, is an international airport in Prishtina, Kosovo. The airport is located 15 km southwest of the city of Pristina, Kosovo. The airport has flights to numerous European destinations.
The airport is the only port of entry for air travelers to Kosovo. It is named in honor Adem Jashari, the founder of the Kosovo Liberation Army. Pristina International Airport serves as an operating base for Eurowings from Germany and, formerly, Adria Airways from Slovenia.
The apron and the passenger terminal were renovated and expanded in 2002 and again in 2009. In June 2006, Pristina International Airport was awarded the Best Airport 2006 Award by Airports Council International (ACI). Winning airports were selected for excellence and achievement across a range of disciplines including airport development, operations, facilities, security and safety, and customer service.
In late 2010, the airport was renamed from Pristina International Airport to Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari, the founder of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which fought for the secession of Kosovo from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during the 1990s.
Vrellë, Lipjan 10070
Republic of Kosovo
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