LOT Polish Airlines launched a domestic connection between Krakow and Olsztyn-Mazury on 25 April. Pictured cutting the ribbon along with the inaugural flight captain at Krakow Airport are Radosław Włoszek, CEO, Krakow Airport, and Łukasz Smółka, Deputy Marshal of Małopolska Province. The route will be operated using Q400s.
LOT Polish Airlines added services between Vilnius and London City on 1 May, a route that the carrier will operate 12 times weekly, offering a twice-daily service on weekdays, with a daily rotation on Saturdays and Sundays. This becomes Vilnius’ third link to London, with Ryanair and Wizz Air serving London’s Stansted and Luton airports.
- LOT Polish Airlines has introduced two new routes to its network, starting on 25 April with a twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) service on a domestic link between Krakow (KRK) and Olsztyn-Mazury (SZY). Flown using Q400s, no other airline presently offers non-stop flights between the Polish airports. The second route inaugurated by the Polish flag carrier did not involve its home market. On 1 May, the Star Alliance member launched a 12 times weekly service between Vilnius (VNO) and London City (LCY). Flown using E190s, no other carrier currently serves the 1,711-kilometre airport pair, however, Ryanair links the Lithuanian capital airport to London Stansted, while Wizz Air connects Vilnius to London Luton. Take a closer look at the launch party that took place for the new route between Vilnius and London City here, with anna.aero in attendance.