Pristina Airport to reopen


Pristina Airport will reopen for commercial flights tomorrow, June 28, with increased measures for safety and health. Authorities recommend that arriving passengers (not departing ones) have a negative PCR test not older than four days, but this is not obligatory. Travellers are being urged to contact the airport, airlines, or travel agents for flight information. Only arriving and departing passengers will be able to enter the terminal building. The wearing of facemasks inside the facility will be obligatory and travellers are requested to arrive three hours ahead of their scheduled departure time. Pristina Airport closed for commercial traffic on March 16.


  1. Anonymous13:35

    Passport control area looks depressing, like some bunker.

  2. When are the flights to Belgrade?


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