LOT Polish Airlines commenced flights between Rzeszow and Tel Aviv on 11 March. The first inbound service from Israel was operated by the 737-800 registered SP-LWC, seen parked here at the gate at Rzeszow after receiving a water arch salute. The carrier will operate the 2,274-kilometre link weekly on its 737-800s.
- LOT Polish Airlines commenced a weekly service between Rzeszow (RZE) and Tel Aviv (TLV) on 11 March, with the 737-800-operated service being flown on a Warsaw Chopin-based aircraft, routing Chopin–Tel Aviv–Rzeszow–Tel Aviv–Chopin. The 2,274-kilometre airport pair launched by the Star Alliance member this week will not face direct competition, and will operate inbound from Tel Aviv on Saturday evenings, with the outbound leg from Rzeszow being flown on Sunday mornings. With this launch, LOT now serves Tel Aviv from six airports in Poland on 21 weekly flights.