LOT Polish Airlines to Increase U.S. Flights, Add New Destinations in Asia and Europe
LOT Polish Airlines announced plans to increase frequency on its routes between Poland and both New York and Chicago during the 2016-2017 winter season. In addition, the carrier said that it will launch new flights to Tokyo, Bangkok, and Seoul next year, as well as three additional European routes.
For next year’s winter schedule, LOT will add two extra flights on both its Warsaw-New York and Warsaw-Chicago routes.
The Polish flag carrier will also begin new service from Warsaw to Tokyo on January 13 of next year. The route will be the first direct flight from Poland to Japan. This will be followed by new service to both Bangkok and Seoul from Warsaw in fall 2016.
The airline will also expand its European network beginning next year. In January 2016, LOT will launch service from Warsaw to both Venice, Italy and Cluj-Napoca, Romania, followed by service to Ljubljana, Slovenia in March.
Additionally, LOT announced plans to reinstate multiple routes that were suspended in recent years due to the airline’s restructuring plan. Next January, the carrier plans to re-launch service from Warsaw to Barcelona, Spain; Belgrade, Serbia; Düsseldorf, Germany; Yerevan, Armenia; Chisinau, Moldova; and Zagreb, Croatia, as well as between Gdansk and Krakow, Poland. The airline will also resume service from Warsaw to Athens, Greece; Nice, France; Zurich, Switzerland; and Beirut, Lebanon in March.
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