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|Top route||Tirana Rinas to Duesseldorf Intl|
|Top airport||Tirana Rinas|
Albawings route map
Popular flight routes
Top airports served by Albawings
- Tirana Rinas Airport (TIA)
- Pisa Gal Galilei Airport (PSA)
- Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE)
- Bari Palese Airport (BRI)
- Florence Peretola Airport (FLR)
- Rimini Miramare Airport (RMI)
- London Stansted Airport (STN)
- Perugia Sant Egidio Airport (PEG)
- Duesseldorf Intl Airport (DUS)
- Heraklion N. Kazantzakis Apt. Airport (HER)
Albawings contact information
- 2B IATA code
- +355 (0) 45 800 100 Call
- albawings.com/en Visit
Overview of Albawings
Controlling flights from a central hub in Tirana, Albawings is an Albanian carrier that focuses on international services. It functions as a major link between Albania and popular European vacation destinations. Among the countries directly connected are Italy, England, Germany, and Greece.
A strong association is held with Italy, with flights available to the Adriatic Coast as well as landmark tourist destinations. More than 5 separate cities are serviced, offering a range of travel options. As Albania and Italy are only separated by the Adriatic Sea, flight times are relatively short, which entices vacation makers. A codeshare agreement is held with Italian carrier Blue Panorama Airlines, providing a broader variety of routes and departure options.
Albawings is a low-cost carrier that only offers Economy seating. Additional extras, such as onboard meals and beverages, checked baggage, and seat selection, can be purchased before your flight. All passengers are permitted a piece of hand luggage weighing no more than 10 kg (approximately 22 lb). The carry-on bag must also fit within 21 x 15 x 20 in dimensions.
An all-Boeing fleet of aircraft is operated by Albawings. A preference is held for the second generation of the 737 series, and specifically the 400 and 500 models. The planes are designed to fly short-to-medium distances and can carry between 132 and 170 passengers. Tails of the fleet are painted with Albania’s national color red. The jets have been individually named and include the names Spirit of Tirona, Leko’s, and Team Spirit. These names feature below the cockpit windows.