Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari (IATA: PRN, ICAO: LYPR) is an international airport located 15 km (9.3 mi) southwest of Pristina, Kosovo. It is an international airport that handles over a million passengers per year,
co-located with Slatina Air Base. It is under the authority of the Government of Kosovo and is the only port of entry for air travellers to Kosovo. Pristina International Airport is a secondary hub for Belle Air of Albania and
Adria Airways of Slovenia. The airport is named after Adem Jashari, a former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army.
Podgorica Airport served 538,477 passengers in 2008. However, due to global economic downturn, passenger numbers declined to 450,504 in 2009. In 2010, strong growth was recorded, so numbers passed the 600,000 mark
Thanks to Serbia And Montenegro Virtual Area Control Center for the airport charts.
This file has the right coordenates, with the apron and characteristics of the airport, airport vehicules and buildings, please take note the the elvevation noted at LYPR charts are Mean Sea Level and NOT at About Ground Level.
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