Priština International Airport (PRN)
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Prishtina, Kosovo (XK) Large airport
|Runway||Length (feet)||Width (feet)||Surface Type|
Priština International Airport Destinations List
This list shows the 17 locations you can fly to from Priština International Airport
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Zürich||ZRH||Belair Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines|
|Frankfurt am Main||FRA||Adria Airways, Lufthansa|
|Ljubljana Jože Pučnik||LJU||Adria Airways|
|Munich||MUC||Adria Airways, Lufthansa|
|Geneva Cointrin International||GVA||Swiss International Air Lines, easyJet|
|Vienna International||VIE||Austrian Airlines|
|Sabiha Gökçen International||SAW||Pegasus Airlines|
|Copenhagen Kastrup||CPH||Scandinavian Airlines System|
|Atatürk International||ISL||Turkish Airlines|
Priština International Airport Destinations Map
Priština International Airport Reviews (4)
Against Quick Fact
Pristina International Airport is the airport in Kosovo, the neighbor country of Serbia, and if there is to be a Jat Airways flight it will be another international airways flight
I’ve been many times to this airport, although it is small but extremely efficient and it has been improved a lot in the last few years. The airport is growing, although a small problem is the fog, its geographical position is not so well chosen and in bad weather it is always covered in fog.
Pristina Airport is the second largest airport in Serbia. The airport is located 16 kilomtres from Pristina. The airport serves around 1 million passengers annually. It is served by many airlines to many destinations throughout Europe. The airlines serving the airport include: Adria Airways, Albanian Airlines, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Club Air, dba, Edelweiss Air, Germanwings, Hello, LTU, Kosovo Airlines, Malev, and THY Turkish Airlines. The airport is soon expecting once again flights by national carrier Jat Airways. The airport has 1 runway (17/35) which is 2,500 metres long.
BC September 16, 2019 at 3:31 pm
Prishtina International Airport (in the Serbian Language is called “Pristina”) is not anymore in Serbia it is in Kosovo, it used to be as part of Serbia until 1999.