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Kosovo: what to see in Europe’s newest country

Perched in the foothills of the Sharr Mountains, the Kosovan village of Runjeve is so sleepy that the arrival of our car merits an audience. Farmers down their wooden tools and children interrupt their games in the primary school yard to stare as our low-slung saloon grumbles up the poorly surfaced road.

At last, we reach Hangjik, a stone house overlooking the valley. This year, a British couple and their Kosovar neighbours have sensitively restored it in traditional Albanian style and opened it as a holiday home, complete with the bridal chest and wooden cradle of the family who once lived here.

Just 14 years ago, Hangjik was briefly used as one of hundreds of Kosovo Liberation Army hideouts, during the bloody war between Albanians and Serbs. Now its transformation is being echoed throughout Kosovo as a country once famous for war begins to embrace tourism.

“When I go back to Britain, people still say ‘you’re so brave — are you not frightened being there?’” says Mary Packer, who restored the house with her husband Alan, and their friends from the village, Nazmi and Kadrije Berisha. “It is time to throw off that old image and tell a different story, about the cultural heritage that is here and the hospitality that comes so naturally to the locals.”

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This landlocked Balkan country is not the most obvious holiday destination but five years after the former region of Serbia declared independence, westerners are starting to visit. For the moment, they are counted in their hundreds not thousands, but these first tourists are discovering an enchanting country with rugged scenery good for walking and Ottoman-era architecture, ideal for a relaxing long weekend or an excursion as part of a longer tour taking in neighbouring Macedonia or Montenegro. Continue reading Kosovo: what to see in Europe’s newest country

Fluturimet e dates 13 gusht 2013 nga Prishtina

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Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Basel – Mulhouse    5:00
Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Dusseldorf    5:00
Croatia Airlines    Prishtina    Zagreb    5:30
Darwin Airline    Prishtina    Zurich    5:50
Corendon Airlines    Prishtina    Antalya    6:00
Adria Airways    Prishtina    Frankfurt    6:10
Austrian Airlines    Prishtina    Vienna    7:10
Freebird Airlines    Prishtina    Antalya    7:30
Darwin Airline    Prishtina    Zurich    8:45
Turkish Airlines    Prishtina    Istanbul    9:05
Turkish Airlines    Prishtina    Antalya    9:40
Belair Airlines    Prishtina    Zurich    10:50
Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Dusseldorf    11:30
Pegasus Airline    Prishtina    Istanbul S.Gokcen    11:45
Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Basel – Mulhouse    12:20
Adria Airways    Prishtina    Frankfurt    12:30
Austrian Airlines    Prishtina    Vienna    12:45
EasyJet    Prishtina    Geneva    13:50
EasyJet    Prishtina    Basel    15:35
Adria Airways    Prishtina    Ljubljana    15:55
Scandinavian Airlines    Prishtina    Copenhagen    17:05
Darwin Airline    Prishtina    Geneva    17:15
Edelweiss Air    Prishtina    Zurich    17:45
Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Hannover    18:10
Belle Air Europe    Prishtina    Basel – Mulhouse    18:20
Scandinavian Airlines    Prishtina    Oslo    19:30
Turkish Airlines    Prishtina    Istanbul    20:40

Pristina Airport terminal nears completion Pristina’s time to shine

The new multi million euro terminal in Pristina is set to open its doors to passengers this fall. Construction work on the 45.000 square metre building is nearing completion with late September being tipped as the official opening date for the new terminal. Project manager Holdon Koktur says 130 million euros has been invested into the terminal building, which will have the capacity to handle 3.2 million passengers per year. “We have expanded the airport’s capacity and I am sure that the government will be satisfied. We have invested more into the project than was originally planned. I am very pleased with our progress“, Mr. Koktur commented.

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Pristina Airport believes the new terminal will also lure passengers away from using its nearest rival – Skopje Airport. “People do not want to cross the border to use Skopje Airport. It is not attractive for those in Kosovo to travel two hours to Macedonia. We are ready for any kind of competition and believe we will provide much better services than other airports in the region”, Mr. Koktur said. He added airport authorities are considering subsidising low cost airlines in order to attract more customers. Low fares have recently attracted many from Kosovo to use Skopje Airport, with the airport recently launching its own shuttle bus to Pristina. Continue reading Pristina Airport terminal nears completion Pristina’s time to shine

Prishtina Airport is Booming

While most of the limelight is on Belgrade and Zagreb, Pristina Airport has managed to significantly increase passenger numbers over the past few years and is looking stronger than ever in 2013. In addition, the former Yugoslavia’s third busiest airport is set open the doors of its new multi million euro terminal by year’s end, which it hopes will further boost traffic and passenger flow. In the first quarter, Kosovo’s main airport saw its figures boom 19% while in February and March numbers rose over 27%. The airport handled just over 349.000 passengers in the first three months. The growth is being driven, amongst other things, by a strong increase in the number of operated flights, up by 15%.

The busiest carrier at Pristina Airport was Belleair Europe, which was the airline of choice for 64.030 passengers. Germanwings came in second with 36.115 travellers. Adria Airways, which also calls Pristina its home, carried over 20.000 passengers and was the fifth busiest airline at the airport, behind Germania and easyJet but ahead of Darwin Airlines, Edelweiss, Turkish Airlines and Belair. The most popular destination from Pristina was Zurich with a combined total of both inbound and outbound passengers standing at 80.000. The route has seen a 27% boost in passenger numbers so far this year. Istanbul (both Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen airports) was the second most popular destination with some 40.000 passengers. Dusseldorf and Munich were next in line with over 30.000 travellers.

Meanwhile, construction of the airport’s new terminal and control tower are progressing, with construction to be completed by the end of the year. The new terminal stretches over 45.000 square metres with the building featuring three air bridges. Furthermore, a new apron and car park with the ability to serve 1.750 vehicles are also under construction. Pristina handled 1.527.134 passenger in 2012, up 7.4% on the year before.

Germania (London Gatwick – Pristina)

Germania (London Gatwick – Pristina)

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Germania launches 2 weekly flights to Prishtina:

Flight number: ST6478

Departure city: LGW
Departure time: 19.25
Arrival time: 23.40
Arrival city: PRN
Aircraft type: A319

Day operating: –3–6-

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Flight number: ST6479
Departure city: PRN
Departure time: 00.25
Arrival time: 02.50
Arrival city: LGW
Aircraft type: A319

Day operating: —4–7

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Scandinavian Airlines to Pristina

Pristina Airport is anticipating a busy summer this year with the launch of several new destinations. This season, SAS Scandinavian Airlines will be inaugurating services from Oslo, Stockholm and Gothenburg to Priština, joining its existing flights from Copenhagen. The services from Norway and Sweden will operate on a seasonal basis and will launch from July 2. Furthermore, Pegasus Airlines will introduce flights from the resort city of Antalya on top of its existing flights from Istanbul starting May 20. Pristina Airport started the year off strongly, handling 121.633 passengers in January, or an increase of 7.4%. During the year the airport will open its brand new passenger terminal.

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Scandinavian Airlines (Oslo – Pristina)

Scandinavian Airlines launches 1 weekly flight to Pristina:

Flight number: SK4809

Departure city: OSL
Departure time: 15.10
Arrival time: 18.45
Arrival city: PRN
Aircraft type: B737-700

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Flight number: SK4810
Departure city: PRN
Departure time: 19.30
Arrival time: 23.20
Arrival city: OSL
Aircraft type: B737-700
Day operating: -2—–
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Scandinavian Airlines (Stockholm – Pristina)

Scandinavian Airlines launches 1 weekly flight to Priština:Flight number: SK1895

Departure city: ARN
Departure time: 07.50
Arrival time: 10.50
Arrival city: PRN
Aircraft type: B737-700

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Flight number: SK1896
Departure city: PRN
Departure time: 11.35
Arrival time: 14.25
Arrival city: ARN
Aircraft type: B737-700
Day operating: —4—
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Scandinavian Airlines (Gothenburg – Pristina)

Flight number: SK1887

Departure city: GOT
Departure time: 08.35
Arrival time: 11.15
Arrival city: PRN
Aircraft type: B737-700
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Flight number: SK1889
Departure city: PRN
Departure time: 12.00
Arrival time: 14.40
Arrival city: GOT
Aircraft type: B737-700
Day operating: —4—
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Pegasus Airlines (Antalya – Pristina)

Flight number: PC1850

Departure city: AYT
Departure time: 06.00
Arrival time: 07.05
Arrival city: PRN
Aircraft type: B737-800

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Flight number: PC1851
Departure city: PRN
Departure time: 07.45
Arrival time: 10.40
Arrival city: AYT
Aircraft type: B737-800
Day operating: 1–4-6-
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Strong start for Pristina

Pristina Airport aims for new record in 2013

Pristina Airport has started the year off on a strong note. The airport welcomed 121.754 passengers in January, a notable 10% increase compared to the same month last year. Pristina was the third busiest airport in the former Yugoslavia in 2012 with 1.527.134 passengers passing through its doors, an increase of 7.4% compared to 2011. As a result, Pristina recorded its busiest year on record. Belle Air Europe was the most popular airline operating out of the city, carrying 210.787 passengers. It was followed by Edelweiss on 166.920 passengers and Adria Airways with 154.633 passengers handled in and out of Pristina. Rounding off the top five were Belair and Turkish Airlines.

Pristina Airport’s strong start to the new year is a good indication it will be able to hold onto its position as the third busiest in the EX-YU region, with Dubrovnik and Split hot on its heels. The two Croatian airports anticipate a significant increase in passenger numbers over the summer due to a major boost in the number of airline operations and the added bonus of the country joining the European Union during peak summer season, which is expected to further fuel tourism.

New look for Pristina Airport

Meanwhile, construction of Pristina Airport’s brand new terminal is continuing to progress. The outer structures of the passenger terminal and the new control tower have now been completed with work continuing inside the new buildings. The project is set to be completed by the end of this year. The new terminal stretches over 45.000 square metres with the building featuring three air bridges. Furthermore, a new apron and car park with the ability to serve 1.750 vehicles are also under construction.

Solid passenger growth continues at PIA Adem Jashari

During the second quarter of 2012 Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari saw continued solid growth in the number of passengers.

In April there was an increase of 7% compared to the same period last year with number of passengers being 119,484, in May there was an increase of 10% and nominal number of passengers at 114,140 , in June the increase was also 10% with a nominal number of passengers being 131,983.

In the first half of the year, passenger traffic has increased 7% compared to the same period last year.

The number of operations during the three months of the second quarter was -2, 4 and 5% respectively. The number of operations during the first six months was 1% higher than last year. Cargo traffic during the year to June decreased by 2%.

The number of operations during this period was 3,072.

Companies with the most passengers in descending order were Germanwings, Edelweiss, Belle Air Europe, Adria Airways, Belair, Easyjet, Austrian Airlines and Turkish Airlines, all with over 45,000 passengers served. Destinations with the most passengers carried in the first half of the year were Zurich with 130,988, followed by the two Istanbul airports with a total of 68,812 passengers, Munich with 57,834, Dusseldorf with 56,679 and Vienna with 54,992.