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Tirana International Airport records 12 per cent of impressive growth during 2018

International Airport records 12 per cent of impressive growth during 2018


In 2018, Tirana International Airport (TIA) served 2,947,172 passengers, recording further impressive growth for the company. The Airport also recorded 25,426 air traffic movements (ATMs) and handled 2,249 tons of cargo. In comparison with the previous year, passenger numbers increased by 12 per cent, ATMs by 3 per cent while cargo numbers remains the same as in 2017.

Last year, the airlines carrying most passengers to and from Tirana were Blue Panorama (21%), Ernest Airline (12%), Albawings (11%), Alitalia (9%) and Turkish Airlines (6%).

Currently, 15 airlines fly in to and out of TIA, connecting directly the Albanian capital city with 50 destinations.

TIA is committed to offering its passengers, airlines and business customers the best. Every day the Airport works to offer a better service, and it constantly maintains a safe, secure environment for its customers. The company offers a high standard working environment for all airlines operating on its premises.



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