The airline has entered the Greek market for the first time.
“We are constantly expanding our list of destinations and services, and Greece is definitely one of our passengers’ main destinations to travel,” Air Albania CEO Sinan Dilek said during a recent press event in Athens.
The carrier is operating direct services between the two cities on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Dilek also referred to Air Albania’s collaboration with Goldair – its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Greece.
“Air Albania ensures that all our destinations are treated with the same excellent standard of services. In this sense, our collaboration with Goldair represents an added value,” he said.
Goldair is one of the largest organizations in the field of transport and tourism in the Greek market with 67 years of experience in the industry. Goldair’s role is to build Air Albania’s strong position in the region by conducting efficient and strategic commercial activities that reinforce Air Albania’s brand awareness and optimize its sales revenue growth in the Greek territory.
Albania’s flag carrier flies to Istanbul and offers connectivity to destinations all over the world in cooperation with Turkish Airlines. Air Albania also flies to Rome, Milan, Bologna, Pisa, Bergamo, Verona, Zurich, Basel, London, Duesseldorf and during 2022 will open its wings to many more destinations.
The airline maintains its hub and company headquarters at the Tirana International Airport Nënë Tereza.
Air Albania has also opened its wings in the north of Albania: Kukës airport is its second air gateway to a number of destinations around the world.