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Iberia launches its new route to Tirana with a full house


The Airbus A230neo, the most efficient and modern aircraft in Iberia’s fleet, will operate the route.

For the first time Iberia has flown to the Albanian capital. Flight IB3386 took off on 28 March in the direction of Tirana with 152 passengers on board.

In total, the airline will put on sale 32,364 seats this summer season so that everyone can discover the secrets of the new trendy city in the Balkan region. Customers can buy their return tickets from 79 euros each way at and at travel agencies. The sale began last October and the route runs from today until October this year.

Frequencies and Schedule

From today, the Spanish airline offers three direct weekly connections from Madrid airport to Tirana. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, an Iberia Airbus A320neo – the most efficient and advanced of the short-haul fleet – takes off for Madre Teresa International Airport, the city’s main airport.

Origin Destination Flight No Opetration’s day Departure time Arrival time
Madrid Tirana IB3386 Tuesdays and Sundays 08:00h 11:05h
Madrid Tirana IB3386 Thursdays 08:40h 11:45h
Tirana Madrid IB3387 Tuesdays and Sundays 11:45h 15:10h
Tirana Madrid IB3387 Thursdays 12.25h 15:50h

Tirana, at the forefront of the latest trends

Albania’s capital has grown considerably in popularity in recent years. This Balkan jewel emerges amidst spectacular natural landscapes and a history capable of arousing the curiosity of any tourist. Tirana’s streets are lined with colourful street markets that bring life and colour to everyday life, as well as exclusive restaurants and endless entertainment areas.

Tirana is still a treasure to be discovered, a mysterious city that visitors can only get to know by immersing themselves in each of its nooks and crannies.

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