Air Albania (ZB, Tirana) is in the process of doubling its fleet as it nears the induction of two more A320-200s - VP-CLP (msn 3676) and VP-CEK (msn 4934).

The Albanian flag carrier shared in a social media post that the aircraft have already been repainted in its livery and will be inducted "soon". Both are currently undergoing pre-delivery maintenance at Istanbul Sabiha Gökcen, having been last operated by Etihad Airways, the ch-aviation fleets module shows. The carrier revealed that they will become ZA-MMK and ZA-ASM, although it is not clear which will bear which registration. Both jets will be configured in a single-class layout for up to 180 passengers.

Air Albania, which is 49.1%-owned by Turkish Airlines (TK, Istanbul Airport), currently operates one A319-100 and one A320-200, both of them transferred from its parent carrier.