Prishtina “Adem Jashari” International Airport is the most direct way to travel to Kosovo. In the summer there are many flight arrivals, but in the winter months the flights are limited. Wizzair have increased their flights to Prishtina this winter with flights from Basel, Munich and Dortmund being added from Germany as well as flights to Budapest and London.
British Airways have announced that they will be resuming flights to Prishtina from London Heathrow in June 2020 which is great news. Easyjet have also added flights from London Gatwick. see more
If you can’t flnd a flight from your country to Kosovo, look for a flight to Skopje in N. Macedonia as is only an hour away and the bus is very cheap, or you can take the chance to look around Skopje for a couple of days and then get the bus to Prishtina which only costs around 5/6 euros, from the bus station. Don’t try and purchase online as there are many small bus companies that leave at different times. The buses are often and you won’t have to wait long for a bus.
A taxi from Skopje Airport to Prishtina should cost around 50 euros.
Most tourist to Kosovo arrive by bus from Skopje.
Other airlines also fly direct to and from Prishtina are:
At last we finally have a shuttle bus to Prishtina and the price is only 3 euros.
Taxi drivers are not allowed to charge more than 15 euros, so make sure you ask what the charge is before getting in the tax
If you are flying to Kosovo from the Southern Hemisphere, via Dubai, you can take a flight from Dubai to Skopje Airport in Macedonia, which is no more that two hours away by bus. Or if you are travelling the world, spend a few days in Skopje before travelling to Kosovo. Flydubai cheap flights to and from Dubai
The Bus Station is situated just on the outskirts of Prishtina and is an easy walk into the centre, but if you have a lot of luggage you might need to take a taxi. The taxi fare should cost around 2.50 euros. Like the airport the taxi drivers will try and charge you more, so it is best to make sure the taxi has a meter.
To walk into the centre you take the underpass and walk through to Bill Klinton Blvd., where you can take the No 1. bus or carry on walking. People are happy to help you with directions.
However if you wish to travel on to Serbia, you will not be able to cross the border into Serbia from Kosovo, unless you have entered Kosovo from Serbia. They only way you can enter Serbia is from either Macedonia or Montenegro. Please don’t listen to locals or bus drivers who tell you that you can, or you will be put off the bus on the border. The locals can travel to Serbia, with their ID cards, but not passports. If you do have a valid ID card you can cross into Serbia.