Pristina is the capital city of Kosovo. It's the youngest capital city in Europe and boasts a rapidly changing mix of architectural remnants dating to the ancient Ottoman period to more recent modern buildings. You can find cheap flights from Pristina Airport, which is located nine miles from the city of Pristina.
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More than 20 airline companies operate from Pristina International Airport in Kosovo. The airlines most used by travelers are TUI fly, Air Berlin, and Germania. Other airlines with regularly scheduled flights from Pristina include Austrian Airlines, easyJet, Edelweiss Air, Eurowings, Pegasus Airlines, SWISS, and Wizz Air. Flights from Pristina Airport to Brussels are very popular on this route. Traveling from Pristina Airport to the US will require you take at least one connecting flight. Austrian and Lufthansa Airlines offer the most flights from Pristina Airport to New York City with one stop involved.
This airport is very compact considering the large number of passengers it transports yearly. There is a place to purchase food items in the check-in area of both terminals and a few shops. Once you've gone through security check and are in the departures section you'll find duty-free shops, a lounge, bar, and newspaper outlets.
You can get to Pristina Airport from the city center most conveniently by taxi, which will cost about $27. Be sure to reserve a taxi beforehand to ensure you get to the airport on time. A ride from the city center to the airport should take about 15 minutes. Another option for getting to Pristina Airport is to take a bus. Certain hotels in Pristina offer a shuttle ride to the airport. There is no direct public bus service to the airport. You can, however, take a bus from Pristina to Sllatine e Madhe, then walk about 10 minutes to the airport entrance. This economical trip will cost just 60 cents. If you are driving or being driven to the airport, parking fees are reasonable, costing about $3 for an hour up to $200 to park for three weeks. If you've rented a car while in Pristina, you may be able to return it to one of the 12 car rental agencies at the airport.
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