|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 14% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||May||Best time to find cheap flights, 6% potential price drop|
|Average price||£148||Average for round-trip flights in September 2021|
|Round-trip from||£40||From London to Pristina|
|One-way from||£7||One-way flight from London to Pristina (PRN)|
LON - PRN
£134 - £341
3 - 28 °C
13 - 40 mm
Pristina is the capital of Kosovo, so flights are pretty easy to find throughout the United Kingdom, but flight lengths vary by departing city and the overall number of connecting flights.
Flights to Pristina can be found from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast and more; most departure cities require at least one connecting flight, which can increase travel times. Pristina has only one airport, however, which does ease the burden of multiple connecting flights somewhat.
The shortest flights to Pristina can be found out of London, which can take an average of 3h 10m for direct flights and 4h 30m with one connecting flight. The shortest flight times out of Birmingham average 4h 35m with one connecting flight; the shortest flight times out of Manchester average 6h 20m with one connecting flight.
Cardiff flights are longer, with the shortest taking an average of 11h 50m; average flights out of Bristol exceed 12h.
Flights out of Scotland vary; flights from Edinburgh has the shortest flight lengths, averaging between 5h 45m to 7h 55m with one connecting flight; Glasgow’s shortest flight times range from 11h 50m to over 20h.
Flights out of Ireland and Northern Ireland also vary. Belfast flights average between 10h 55m to over 22h, with at least two required connecting flights. Flights to Pristina from Dublin generally take less time, averaging as little as 6h 40m.
Airlines offering flights include Lufthansa, British Airways, Adria, Aer Lingus, easyJet, SAS, Swissair, Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Pegasus, Wizz Air, KLM, and Flybe.
You can find a direct flight via Wizz Air from London to Pristina out of London Luton Airport to Pristina International Airport. The flight time averages around 4h.
Pristina International Airport features multiple taxis to take travelers to the city centre; it takes approximately half an hour by car. Car rentals are also available; the airport features kiosks for Enterprise, Europecar, Hertz, and Sixt, as well as local rental companies.
In May 2019, transport options have been expanded to include bus. The airport has only one terminal, TrafikuUrban’s bus line 1A runs hourly to the city centre; bus travel takes around 40 minutes.
Pristina is home to multiple monuments, museums, and iconic buildings. The Newborn Monument, Pristina Spomenik, National Library, Kosova National Art Gallery, Skanderberg Square and the colorful Bazaar of Pristina are popular destinations.
The city also features beautiful mosques and cathedrals, as well as dozens of cafes, bars, and restaurants. Cafes are a city tradition, featuring traditional Turkish coffee as well as gourmet creations. Kosovars are passionate about their cafes, which make them fantastic for people watching as well as getting to know the locals.
British citizens need only a passport to fly to Pristina and travel throughout Kosovo. Visas are not required for business or travel under three months; passports are stamped with 90-day entry stamps which can be renewed as needed.
For a flight to Pristina, you will be flying into Pristina. Pristina (PRN) is just 8.9 mi from the centre of the city.