Pristina Private Jet Charter

Pristina Airport (Pristina International Airport), or Pristina Adem Jashari International Airport in full name, is the international airport located in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, and is the only airport serving the country. The airport is located 15 km southwest of the city of Pristina. Since the airport has flights to many destinations in Europe, it is an important point for private jet charter services.

The aerodrome is the sole port of entry for air passengers going to Kosovo. It got its name in honor of the founder of the Kosovo Liberation Army, Adem Jashari. Pristina Airport, which opens its doors to a large number of passengers every year, is a medium-sized airport.

Kosovo Pristina private jet charter prices

Although Kosovo air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Pristina are as follows.

Light Jet8.850 EUR
Midsize Jet13.800 EUR
Heavy Jet17.900 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

Brief history of Pristina Airport

Pristina Airport, which was officially put into service in 1965, was used only for Belgrade flights at that time. At the beginning of the 90s, international flights started from the airport, mainly to Germany and Switzerland.

Between 12-26 June 1999, there was a short but tense separation between NATO and the Russian Kosovo Force, when Russian troops occupied the airport. 200 Russian military units stationed in Bosnia-Herzegovina then went to Kosovo and occupied the airport in Pristina, the capital of Kosovo. During this period, the airport was closed to civil flights.

After the civil war, the airport was reopened to civilian flights in 2003, and in 2004 the management of the airport was given to ATCS and PEAP. Like many airports in the Balkans, Pristina International Airport is still being developed today.

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Places to visit in in Pristina, Kosovo

Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, is an important tourism city with its increasing number of tourists, especially in summer, although it does not have a coastline. Germia Park, located in the northeast of the city and spreading over an area of 62 square kilometers, is the largest open park in the region with more than 60 animal and 600 plant species and attracts great attention of tourists.

One of the landmarks of Pristina, the Pristina Clock Tower, the New Born Statue, which has a colorful appearance due to the flags it contains, the Imperial Mosque from the Ottoman period, the Christ the Savior Cathedral, the construction of which was started in 1992 but could not be completed. Serbian Orthodox Cathedral) and Kosovo Museum, which has been in service since 1949, are among the other must-see spots in the city.

Transportation to the center of Pristina

The journey time between Pristina “Adem Jashari” International Airport and Pristina is approximately 20 minutes and covers a distance of 15 km. The 1A buses departing from the airport are the easiest way to reach the city. Alternatively, there are approximately 20 companies providing car rental services at the airport.

Passengers who want to reach Pristina with their private vehicles can reach the city center within 10 minutes by using the E851 Highway.