A travel agency in Albania has taken a stand against advertising on Google ads and is using Google’s AdWords to reach its customers.
The Alba Airlines website states that it is one of only eight airlines in the world that has taken this stance.
The other airlines are Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Air France, KLM and Cathay Pacific.
Alba Airlines was founded in 1988 by the late Adrián Fazio, who had started the company after the death of his father in 2003.
He died in 2009.
The company now has a staff of just nine people.
Fazio said that he has had no problems with Google’s system for advertising.
“I don’t understand why I need to do advertising on the Google platform.
It’s not necessary,” he said.
“It’s an easy way to get traffic.”
Alba’s advertising system is based on Google AdSense, a free ad service that allows advertisers to place adverts on the pages of their websites.
But in order to get the adverts to show up on the site, an advertiser has to be willing to spend a small amount of money.
Albania’s government says that advertising on its website can only be done by a handful of websites that are approved by the government.
The government of Albania has already approved three other companies for use in the country’s ad-supported system, including one based in the United Kingdom, and another in Russia.
Albia is not the only Balkan country that has started to go the ad-based route.
Croatia has also taken a similar stance, and in December it announced plans to ban all ads on its websites.
According to the Alba website, its website uses Google’s “AdWords” to advertise travel services to passengers and business owners, and it also provides reviews of travel options and offers travel advice.
Altaia also offers flights from London to Almaty, Kazakhstan, via New Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, and Nagpur, as well as from Mumbai to Alandar, in India.