After 32 years, the French airline resumes flights to Tirana
The French airline "Air France" will resume flights to Tirana on July 9, 32 years after the last flight.
The news was given by the Prime Minister Edi Rama through a post on social networks where he writes: Fixed 32 years after the last flight from Tirana, the French flag company resumes flights to Tirana on July 9. With the high growth during this year of lines and the number of visitors, "Mother Teresa" airport will be an added engine of the economy in this difficult time.
Air France is the flagship carrier of France based in Tremblay-en-France. Since 2013, Air France operates worldwide with scheduled passenger and cargo services. It also transported 46,803,000 passengers in 2019.