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Kosovo's Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari has welcomed Haldun Firat Kokturk as the new general director. Kokturk began his career as an engineer of the construction and the operation phase at Zonguldak International Airport, Turkey. He has also previously served as project manager and construction manager for different projects in the field of energy, tourism, aviation and air transport, among many other positions. Quality orientated,…
Published in Transport
Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari granted the media access to its new terminal facilities, which are currently under construction, in a bid to showcased the new terminal. The media was also toured around other airport facilities including underground tunnels, mechanical and electrical rooms and the air traffic control tower. With this visit, Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari aims to ensure the public that it is…
Published in Transport
Minister of Economy, Macedonia, Valon Saraqini has recently met with Deputy Prime Minister, Kosovo, Mimoza Kusari-Lila to discuss current and future projects designed to further intensify the cooperation between the two countries, with potential for tourism cooperation ranking high on their agenda. As Saraqini revealed, in terms of tourism exchange, individual and business travellers ranked top in both countries, while organised travel dominated lake areas…
Published in Tourism Boards
The concessionaire company of Prishtina International Airport, Adem JashariLimak Kosovo has additionally provided its employees with the private health insurance to promote improved working conditions for all of its employees. The airport reports that it is dedicated to covering the costs of employees' long term healthcare and the contract is part of a number of employee benefits the company is keen to achieve. General director,…
Published in Transport
The Peaks of the Balkans Trail, a 192km long passage through Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro, has recently been awarded the winner for outstanding 'Destination Stewardship' at this year's World Travel and Tourism Council´s (WTTC) Tourism for Tomorrow Awards held last month in Abu Dhabi. The keynote speaker at the event, former US President Bill Clinton noted, in relation to the Balkans: "Peace works better than…
Published in Leisure
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