I wouldn't count on the plans of any Albanian carrier. Two years ago, Albatros Airways, an Albanian LCC started services with a single F100 wet leased from Montenegro Airlines to a gazillion Italian destinations, each served a couple of times a week. They also either started or planned to start ATH
. They now have a much smaller network and I have no idea how they are doing financially.
What I know is that late last year, some of the people behind Albatros had some sort of a fall out with the current management and they established a new LCC, Belle Air with a MD83 wet leased from Croatia. When Belle Air started operations, it listed STN
, Liege, ATH
among others as future destinations. However so far, it has pretty much copied Albatros's business plans, with flights to just a few Italian airports. A couple of months ago, Belle Air even announced that next year it wants to starts flight to NY, which shows that either the management is on crack or that they just announce destinations for publicity purposes. So I don't have any faith in any routes they announce.
With that said, I could see how the routes you mentioned could work, at least as charters. ATH
can sustain more flights if prices are just right. DUS
could also work. However, CAI, Sharm El Sheikh, Antalya and TUN
would only work as charters during the Summer and December.