France connects to Polish capital

Cutting the ribbon at Warsaw Chopin are the Director of Sales at the airport, Radoslaw Gosa, and France’s CCO, Hervé Kozar. Flights between the French and Polish capitals will operate thrice-weekly. Although the airport pair will face no direct competition, the carrier will face competition on the city pair, as both Air France and LOT Polish Airlines operate from Warsaw Chopin to Paris CDG.

  • France launched three new destinations from Paris Orly (ORY) last week, starting on the 2 July with services to Casablanca (CMN) and Tirana (TIA). Both will operate thrice-weekly using the LCC’s 737-800s, with services to Casablanca facing direct competition from Royal Air Maroc (40 times weekly) and Jetairfly (daily) according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. On 3 July, the airline commenced operations between the capitals of France and Poland. Services to Warsaw Chopin (WAW) will be flown thrice-weekly, also using the carrier’s 737-800s. Although the 1,366-kilometre sector will not face any direct competition, the city pair will face indirect competition in the form of Air France and LOT Polish Airlines, who both operate to Paris CDG from Warsaw Chopin. See how Warsaw Chopin Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.


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