Seen cutting the ribbon in Gothenburg to officially open LOT Polish Airlines’ new service to Warsaw Chopin are: Wieslaw Tarka, Polish Ambassador in Sweden; Charlotte Ljunggren, Director, Gothenburg Airport; Sven Kukemelk, Executive Director, Business Development, Nordica; and Adrian Kubicki, Director of Corporate Communications and Spokesperson, LOT Polish Airlines. Along with a ribbon cutting a cake was also made to herald the occasion.
- LOT Polish Airlines introduced Gothenburg (GOT) to its network this week, beginning a six times weekly service to Warsaw Chopin (WAW). Launched 28 August, the 824-kilometre route is already flown by Wizz Air three times weekly on A320s. “It is very pleasing for Swedavia to be able to offer more travelers a quick and easy line to the trendy and exciting city of Warsaw. It is also an important line for business travelers in both Poland and Western Sweden,” said Charlotte Ljunggren, Director, Gothenburg Airport. LOT will operate the route using 70-seat CRJ 900s which it flies on behalf of Nordica, which on the same day began services to Gothenburg from Tallinn. Gothenburg becomes LOT’s second route to Sweden from Chopin, with it also serving Stockholm Arlanda with three daily flights.