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Albania Bans Boeing 737 Max from Airspace
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Albania Bans Boeing 737 Max from Airspace

TIRANA, March 13 The Albanian Civil Aviation Authority (AAC) informed on Wednesday that all operations of Boeing 737-8 and 737-9 Max aircrafts are suspended in the Albanian airspace. Hence AAC joins the decision of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The agency pushed an Airworthiness Directive on Tuesday suspending all flight operations of all Boeing...

Tirana-Durres Railway to Be Constructed in 2.5 Years
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Tirana-Durres Railway to Be Constructed in 2.5 Years

TIRANA, April 26 An international bid for the reconstruction of Tirana-Durres railway with a branch line to Mother Teresa International Airport was launched by the General Railway Directorate. The bid launch was expected since October 2016. The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure informed that the Rail Directorate opened the pre-qualification stage and the deadline for...

How to Work in the Aviation Industry, Training to Start in September 2018
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How to Work in the Aviation Industry, Training to Start in September 2018

TIRANA, April 17 Young people interested in the civil aviation industry will have the opportunity to attend professional training starting September 2018. Representatives from the Albanian Civil Aviation Authority, Mother Teresa International Airport, Albawings Albanian Airline, and Harry Fultz institute signed a cooperation memorandum on Monday that paves the way to vocational training in the...

How to Claim Compensation when Your Flight is Delayed?
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How to Claim Compensation when Your Flight is Delayed?

TIRANA, January 10 All the airlines that operate routes to Mother Teresa International Airport should meet the claims for compensation stipulated by the European Union (EU) rules in case of canceled or heavy delayed flights. This was the latest announcement made by the Civil Aviation Authority (AAC). “The Civil Aviation Authority appeals to all passengers...