The company “flydubai” yesterday launched its flights to the Albanian capital, Tirana, marking the start of its direct services from Dubai, noting that the plane was welcomed upon its arrival with ceremonial water sprinklers, representatives of the airport and some officials.
The carrier explained in a statement that it will serve the new destination with two flights a week, on Thursday and Sunday, from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport to Tirana Airport, pointing out that with the start of the new service, flydubai becomes the first airline to provide direct flights from Emirates to Albania.
She indicated that the round-trip fares for the business class from Dubai start from 8,000 dirhams, while the economy class prices start from 2,000 dirhams, while the round-trip business class prices from Tirana to Dubai start from 1,800 euros, while the economy class prices start at 420 euros.
“Flydubai” added that the flights on the new destination will be part of the codeshare flights with Emirates Airlines, providing travelers with smoother connections through Dubai Airport as a global aviation hub to 155 destinations between the two networks of Emirates Airlines and flydubai. », Including Australia, China, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the United States.
“We are pleased to be the first airline in the Emirates to operate direct flights between Dubai and Tirana, and we hope that these direct airlines will support trade and tourism between the two countries in the future with the start of easing travel restrictions,” said Ghaith Al-Ghaith, CEO of flydubai. “We look forward to increasing demand and increasing the frequency of our flights to this destination.”
“We are pleased to connect two countries that have great potential for growth in the economy and tourism sectors,” said the chief operating officer at Tirana International Airport, Volker Windwer.
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