eurolot’s crew; Wojciech Marek Rys, Joanna Wilkowiecko, Constance Waller and Peter Wiliński, are photographed at a very foggy Paris Beauvais on 3 September, after the inaugural flight from Rzeszów in Poland. The new 1,430-kilometre sector is one of two, twice-weekly, services launched by eurolot on that day. The carrier also offers flights from Rzeszów to Rome Fiumicino, a 1,194-kilometre service. Both operations are flown without competition, using Bombardier Q400s and received a celebratory fire truck water arch (FTWA) at Rzeszów between the two new sectors.
- eurolot has inaugurated two operations on 3 September. The first network addition is between Rzeszów (RZE) in Poland and Paris Beauvais (BVA) in France. The new 1,430-kilometre sector is being offered twice-weekly by the airline partnered with LOT Polish Airlines and uses Bombardier Q400s to serve its only French destination. The second introduction is being offered to Rome Fiumicino (FCO), the carrier’s only Italian destination. The new route is also offered twice-weekly using Bombardier Q400s and has a 1,194-kilometre sector length. Both new services marketed by the Polish carrier have no competition and are the airline’s only flights from Rzeszów. Paris Beauvais cancelled its plans for a route launch celebratory water arch, however Rzeszów saved the day with a double arch to salute the two operations launched by eurolot that day. To see more route launch water arches and to find out how Rzeszów’s effort compares in this week’s fire truck water arch (FTWA) competition, be sure to read our story, the Arch of Triumph.