Albania is not a convenient country to visit (see Wiki Airports: Finding Flights to the Unbeaten Path). Getting to the Albanian Riviera was a pain (see Albanian Riviera: Beautiful, But How Do You Get There?). Getting to Tirana from the Riviera was pleasant but not convenient (see Siranda to Tirana: The Perfect Minibus). It’s no surprise that leaving Albania was also laborious. Instead of going west to Slovenia, I first had to go east to Serbia because there is no direct flight.
While it was not as bad as TPOL’s Worst Flight Experiences, the Air Serbia flight was what I expected. The plane was cramped, very old, and uncomfortable. What’s important is that Air Serbia has a great safety rating even if the experience wasn’t pretty. Here are the pictures of the prop plane from Belgrade to Ljubljana. Make your own assessment.