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More Flights to Be Cancelled from and to Tirana Airport
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More Flights to Be Cancelled from and to Tirana Airport

TIRANA, March 18 More flights are being canceled from and to Tirana International Airport (TIA) as Albania and countries across Europe set up measures to fight the novel coronavirus. Further disruption is expected at Tirana Airport on Wednesday and Thursday as more airlines are canceling their flights from and two Albania. The Embassy of Albania...

Flights between Albania and UK to be Cancelled
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Flights between Albania and UK to be Cancelled

TIRANA, March 16 Albania will add the UK to the list of travel restrictions, Tirana International Airport (TIA) announced on Monday. “To the attention of the passengers that are flying to the UK as a destination. To further prevent the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) the Albanian Government has announced that flights to and from the...

Covid-19 – Passengers’ rights on Cancellations & Refunds
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Covid-19 – Passengers’ rights on Cancellations & Refunds

TIRANA, March 11 The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) informed all citizens affected by the cancellation of flight services due to the measures against COVID-19 spread to know their rights. According to CAA, all passengers are entitled to the right of a new ticket to your final destination at a later date of your choosing. Or...

WHO Advice for International Travel
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WHO Advice for International Travel

TIRANA, March 10 Albania is among the countries that are now reporting cases of COVID-19. Like many other countries, authorities introduced new travel restrictions. Thus all flight and ferry services between Albania and Italy are suspended. Travel restrictions have changed often and quickly during the last 24 hours, hence those who consider traveling from or...

Albania Ends Visa Requirements with Guyana
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Albania Ends Visa Requirements with Guyana

TIRANA, March 5 Albanian passport holders will travel to Guyana without a visa following a verdict adopted during the latest meeting of the Council of Ministers on Wednesday. The Council of Minister adopted an agreement with the government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana. Based on the agreement, holders of official, diplomatic, and ordinary passports...

Albanian Visa: Start Your Visa Application Online
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Albanian Visa: Start Your Visa Application Online

TIRANA, February 26 Guideline on how to apply online for an Albanian visa Every person wishing to enter Albania, under whatever purpose, might be subject to a visa regime, depending on his or her nationality. If you have never been to Albania before, the first thing you have to do is ask yourself “Do I...

flynas to Launch Tirana-Riyadh Route this Summer
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flynas to Launch Tirana-Riyadh Route this Summer

TIRANA, February 25 Travelers looking to fly between Albania and Saudi Arabia either for tourism or business purposes over the summer period can now book their tickets. In Riyadh, new summer destinations for 2020 will include Tirana too. Saudi Arabian low-cost flynas announced that the Albanian capital will be among the ten destinations for summer...

Inbound/Outbound Visitors Up Over 20% in January
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Inbound/Outbound Visitors Up Over 20% in January

TIRANA, February 24 Total arrivals in January 2020 rose 20.9 percent to 693,956 compared to January 2019. The Albanian Insitute of Statistics (INSTAT) unveiled on Monday the data on the movement of citizens during the first month of the year. The recent stats confirms a significant growth in the number of both Albanian and international...

Take Cash in and out of Albania, Things You Need to Know
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Take Cash in and out of Albania, Things You Need to Know

TIRANA, February 11 When traveling, especially in countries like Albania where not everyone accepts debit or credit, it makes sense to carry some cash. Traveling with cash is pretty normal, but do you know what the customs cash limit in Albania is? Remember that being unaware of the law or ignoring it can result in...

International Tourist Arrivals up 8% in 2019
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International Tourist Arrivals up 8% in 2019

TIRANA, January 24 International citizen arrivals to Albania in 2019 rose 8.1 percent. According to the Institute of Statistics (INSTAT), the number of international citizen arrivals to Albania in January-December 2019 was over 2.4 million. Moreover, the official stats confirm that arrivals from Switzerland saw the highest growth by 18.2 percent. In the meantime, INSTAT...