Founded in 2018, Air Albania is the flag carrier of Albania. The airline operates scheduled passengers services and predominantly flies a single service between its hub airport, Tirana International Airport, and Istanbul Airport. The carrier is a joint venture between the Albanian and Turkish Government, as well as the Turkish national carrier, Turkish Airlines.
The airline flew its inaugural flight on 19th April 2019, with a service between Tirana and Istanbul, using an aircraft wet-leased from Turkish Airlines. It aims to be the leading Albanian airline, giving passengers ease of travel throughout the country and connecting Albania with the rest of Europe and beyond.
Air Albania looks forward to introducing new routes in 2020, with plans to begin flying to new destinations to Europe and North America.
*Three new routes will be launched on 29 March 2020, all of which will be flying from Tirana to cities within Italy: Verona, Pisa, and Milan Bergamo.
|Albania||Tirana||Tirana Airport Nënë Tereza|
|Italy||Bergamo||Orio al Serio Airport*|
|Italy||Bologna||Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport|
|Italy||Milan||Milan Malpensa Airport|
|Italy||Pisa||Galileo Galilei Airport*|
|Italy||Rome||Rome Fiumicino Airport|
|Italy||Verona||Verona Villafranca Airport*|
Economy Class cabin offers a great service on all flights. The cabin consists of up to 160 seats.
Premium Economy is not available.
Business Class on all flights is operated by its Airbus A319-100 aircraft.
Air Albania doesn't have a Business Class cabin. For an upgraded flying experience with an excellent standard of service, try Business Class.
As of Feb 2020, Air Albania is using an Airbus A319, which has been wet-leased from Turkish Airlines. being leased to another airline, meaning Air Albania is only using its A319. The A319 is a member of the Airbus A320 family of short/medium-range, narrow-body, twin-engine jet airliners. The aircraft can carry up to 160 passengers.