Albanian low-cost carrier (LCC) Belle Air has suspended services while it seeks new investors to help restructure the airline. The company, which began operations in 2005 and was Albania’s first LCC, has a network of around 25 destinations, heavily biased towards Italy, where there is a large Albanian diaspora. It operated a small leased fleet of three Airbus A320s and four A319s, plus two ATR 72 turboprops. In a statement on its website, the company said it had been forced to ...

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