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Flydubai touches down in Tirana

Posted 29 March 2021 · Add Comment

Flydubai has commenced services to Tirana, Albania.

Flydubai touches down in Tirana.  Image: Flydubai

The aircraft departed Dubai International at 09:44 and arrived in Tirana International Airport at 13:46 local time. The flight was welcomed on arrival by a ceremonial water cannon salute and representatives from the airport and Albanian government officials.

 

Flydubai will serve this route with twice weekly flights, on Thursdays and Sundays. With the introduction of the new service, flydubai is the first airline to provide direct airlinks from the United Arab Emirates to Albania.

 

Ghaith Al Ghaith, chief executive officer at flydubai, said: “we are pleased to be the first UAE-based airline to operate direct flights between Dubai and Tirana. We hope these direct airlinks support trade and tourism between the two countries in the future as travel restrictions begin to ease.  We look forward to seeing demand grow on this route and to increasing the frequency of our flights.”

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