Polish airline LOT announced the resumption of a new European destinations. 15 July passengers will be able to take advantage of, among others, flights to Germany, France, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Estonia and Latvia. The carrier also plans to launch regular communication with the UK. Network, recovered by the airline by the end of August, covering nearly 70 destinations.
Polish airline LOT announced General about 130 new year message from Warsaw and 9 regional ports. Previously, the carrier announced the restoration of 20 regular messages from 1 July. From mid-July you can fly from the Warsaw Chopin airport seven times a week to Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Paris, Copenhagen, Milan, Zurich and Geneva. From four to seven flights to Zagreb and Ljubljana, as well as to Madrid, Riga and Tallinn.
Regular flights LOT, restored in July, also include messages in the UK, Kiev, Lviv, Odessa, Belgrade and Istanbul. The LOT Polish airline planes will fly seven times a week from mid-July, said Polish radio.
Regular passenger flights in Poland were suspended in mid-March. The cause was a coronavirus pandemic.
Its first passenger flight, the carrier resumed June 1, on some domestic routes.