Ryanair is starting with low cost flights from Tirana

Ryanair, the largest European airline known for its low ticket prices, will start flying from Tirana on October 31st., with as many as 200 flights per week on 17 new routes.

Thus, Albania will become the 37th country within Ryanair’s network, giving it immediate access to key inbound tourist markets such as Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.



Just yesterday, Ryanair reported a record advance sale of plane tickets for new destinations, of which prices start from 15 euros in one direction. Flights to and from Tirana from Nënë Tereza Airport will be from Bologna, Bucharest, Brussels, Catania, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Krakow, London, Manchester, Milan, Paris, Pisa, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, Venice and Warsaw.

These exciting new winter routes are just the start of what Ryanair is doing to support the Albanian government in achieving growth in the tourism industry, encouraging connectivity, year-round traffic, and providing lower prices and more choices all year round.




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