Meanwhile, the low cost airline Jetairfly, from Belgium, has announced that it will commence scheduled flights from Brussels to Priština on June 10. Flights will operate twice per week, every Monday and Friday. Flight details can be found on the right hand side in the new route launches section.
Friday, January 21, 2011
New terminal for Priština
The Turkish-French consortium Limak Holding and Aeroport de Lyon, which will be running Priština’s airport for the next 20 years, have announced plans for a brand new terminal. Construction of the new terminal is expected to begin by the end of the month, Nihat Ozdemir from Limak told local press. The price tag for the new terminal is expected to amount to 140 million Euros together with supporting infrastructure. The planned investments foresees a 27.000 square meter terminal building, a 77.000 square meter apron and runway, a new traffic control tower, car park facilities with a capacity for 1.750 vehicles and fuel tanks and the refurbishment of airport access roads. Ozdemir believes that the construction of the brand new terminal should be completed within 18 months.