TIRANA, December 6
British low-cost airline easyJet began a twice-weekly service to Tirana from Milan and Geneva. As previously announced in August, the airline started operation in the Albanian market on November 28th. The flights from Italy and Switzerland respectively: Milano-Tirana (from Malpensa Airport) and Geneva-Tirana (from Geneve Aeroport) will be twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays.
Adding Tirana, on the website for the first time, EasyJet says about the colorful capital city of Albania that is the next big thing in Eastern Europe.
Besides increased accessibility to air travel, the British airline will intensify airline competition and hopefully bring down airfares. Tirana – Milan route service is provided by several airlines that fly to and from Albania, while Geneva is a new non-stop destination.
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