Prishtina International Adem Jashari Airport, Kosovo

Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari was privatized in May 2010, and taken over by Limak Kosovo International Airport J.S.C with a 20-year contract under the model of Build-Operate-Transfer. The project, which started on April 4, 2011, was completed on October 23, 2013.

The new terminal building was designed as a structure with about 43.000 m2 of indoor space, which gathers all the high-tech equipment for efficient operations under one roof and which emphasizes the independence of Kosovo through its impressive design.

With 27 check-in counters and one large size baggage check-in counter, four passenger bridges and eight passenger gates, over a total of 2500 m2 of commercial area, of which about 1200 m2 is duty free area, the new terminal building is serving as a terminal having the most impressive commercial concepts of the Balkans in the highest standards not only in terms of aviation but also passenger comfort. Within the project, the construction of an access roads and open-air car park with 1750 parking spaces was also completed. With open parking positions, 9 C-type planes are also able to park.

ATC (Air Traffic Control Tower), which was designed to have 360 degrees angle of sight, constructed and has 8 control positions. The terminal building is in Class C according to IATA standards in terms of the capacity and the service provided.

Opening of the new terminal will see an increase in the airport’s annual passenger capacity from 2 to 5 million. The airport has already ranked third in the number of annual passengers among airports in the ex-Yugoslavian countries, after Belgrade and Zagreb airports.
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