LOT Polish Airlines Warsaw Chopin to Luxembourg
Marcin Van Gijlswijk Regional Director Benelux, LOT Polish Airlines and Johan Vanneste, CEO, Luxembourg Airport cut the new route cake which heralded the re-start of flights between Warsaw Chopin and Luxembourg on 1 March, which were last operated in 1981 by the Star Alliance airline.
- LOT Polish Airlines began four new services this week, confirming its recent route expansion strategy which includes the re-start of many previously operated services, as well as long-haul routes like Tokyo Narita, which launched in January. Indeed, three of the four new routes from Warsaw Chopin (WAW) launched this week are actually re-starts, with Athens (ATH), Ljubljana (LJU) and Luxembourg (LUX) all having been operated before, with the latter last flown in 1981 by the Star Alliance carrier. Find out how Luxembourg Airport’s FTWA does in this week’s Arch of Triumph competition.
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