Ryanair, the leading airline in Europe, has unveiled its Winter '23 schedule, including 17 new routes and 200 weekly flights to and from Albania.
This expansion aims to cater to UK holidaymakers, offering convenient travel options from popular destinations such as Edinburgh, London Stansted, and Manchester.
Albania Joins Ryanair's Extensive Reach
Albania will join the ever-growing network of Ryanair, becoming the airline's 37th country destination. This strategic move aligns with Ryanair's ambitious plans to transport 300 million passengers by 2034.
The airline's commitment to growth is evident through its recent record order of 300 new B737-MAX-10s. With this expansion, Ryanair is set to increase its fleet to approximately 800 aircraft by 2033.
However, the sole major airline capable of delivering sustainable and substantial growth in Europe, Ryanair, remains at the forefront of the industry.
Offers for UK-Albania Flights
Ryanair is launching a three-day seat sale exclusively on its new route to and from Tirana Airport to commemorate this exciting announcement.
Passengers can avail themselves of one-way fares starting from £29.99 for travel between October 2023 and March 2024.
To secure your seat on the UK-Albania flights schedule for the upcoming winter season, make your bookings by June 11th exclusively through Ryanair's official website, Ryanair.com.
With Ryanair's enhanced Winter '23 schedule and the introduction of new routes, travelers from the UK can now enjoy more convenient and affordable options for their journeys to Albania.
Whether exploring Tirana's rich history or discovering the natural beauty of Albania's landscapes, Ryanair aims to provide an exceptional travel experience to its passengers.
Book your tickets before June 11th to take advantage of this limited-time offer and secure your seat on the UK-Albania flights schedule for the upcoming winter season.
Tirana, Ryanair DAC’s CEO, Eddie Wilson, said, “As Europe’s largest airline, we are delighted to announce 200 weekly Ryanair flights to/from Albania starting from Winter ’23. These initial 17 new routes will grant immediate access to key inbound tourism markets such as Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Sweden, and the UK whilst also providing competitive fares and increased connectivity for Albanians who want to visit home or friends and family abroad."
"We have worked closely with our partners here at Tirana Airport to launch these 17 new routes. We hope to strengthen the relationship over time as we work together to drive inbound tourism and connectivity to Albania. These routes will allow millions of visitors from major cities across Europe to experience the wonders of Albania, from the white sand beaches of the Albania Riviera to the historical architecture of Unesco site Gjirokastër, and lively nightlife in Tirana."
"To celebrate today’s announcement, we will launch a 3-day seat sale for these routes to/from Tirana Airport from £29.99 one way for travel from Oct’23 until Mar’24, which must be booked by 11th June, available only at Ryanair.com.”
Mr. Musa Kastrati, Senior Vice President of Kastrati Group, said, “On behalf of Tirana International Airport, I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to Ryanair for their remarkable trust in the potential of the Albanian market.
"We welcome Ryanair’s decision to operate flights to and from Tirana International Airport, providing affordable and accessible air travel options, which will undoubtedly benefit both inbound and outbound travelers."
"I am confident that through the extensive network of Ryanair, Tirana International Airport will contribute to the further development of passenger choices, tourism, and the economy of Albania. We look forward to a fruitful partnership with Ryanair as we work together to build memorable journeys for passengers traveling to and from our beautiful nation.”
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