LOT Polish Airlines Rzeszow to New York Newark
LOT Polish Airlines commenced operations from New York Newark to Rzeszow on 29 April, with the aircraft operating on a w-pattern from Warsaw Chopin. The route will be flown weekly, with flights leaving the Big Apple on Sunday evenings, with the return service from Rzeszow departing on Tuesdays. The airline will fly the route using 787-8s.
Krakow Airport welcomed LOT Polish Airlines’ new service to Budapest with this simple cake on 28 April. The Star Alliance member will operate five weekly flights on the 295-kilometre sector facing no competition.
- LOT Polish Airlines added flights between New York Newark (EWR) and Rzeszow (RZE) on 29 April, with the 787-8 which will fly the route operating on a w-pattern from Warsaw Chopin. The Star Alliance member will operate the 7,046-kilometre route weekly, with flights leaving the Big Apple on Sundays, with the return service from Rzeszow seeing a Monday departure. The route faces no direct competition. Along with its latest transatlantic service, LOT also commenced services between Krakow (KRK) and Budapest (BUD) this week. Launched 28 April, the Star carrier will operate the short 295-kilometre hop between Poland and Hungary five times weekly using Q400s. Like the link from Newark to Rzeszow, the latter route faces no direct competition. See how Rzeszow’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.