LOT Polish Airlines will resume next international flights from July 15 after a break. According to the air carrier, passengers will be able to fly from Warsaw, among others seven times a week to Munich, Frankfurt, Paris or Geneva. Regular connections to the United Kingdom are also planned.
“From July 15, the international connections network of PLL LOT will start new directions. Passengers will be able to take advantage of, among others, next flights to Germany, France, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Estonia and Latvia. The carrier also plans to launch regular connections to Great Britain,” – LOT announced on Thursday.
Do dotychczasowego rozkładu kierunków międzynarodowych włączamy kolejne 15 połączeń, które będą dostępne dla naszych pasażerów od 15 lipca. ✈ Wszystkie nowe rejsy realizowane będą z @ChopinAirport. #PLLLOT #flyLOT pic.twitter.com/x4xSa6Nejw
— Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT (@LOTPLAirlines) June 26, 2020
The air carrier announced that, by the end of August, LOT will resume nearly seventy destinations. The schedule of LOT passenger flights available from 15 July will also be expanded to include regular flights on the Warsaw-Katowice route, with 13 flights a week.
In addition, LOT will increase the frequency of flights on routes from Warsaw to Vienna, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Oslo, Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia, Vilnius and from Budapest to Varna and Dubrovnik.
Author: Paweł Tunia
Source: Poland Daily
Picture: Twitter @AusAmbPolandBusiness