LOT Polish launches Ostrava from Warsaw; timings all about connections
LOT Polish started Warsaw – Ostrava, Czech Republic, on 25 October. Its start was delayed from the spring.
Operating five-weekly, the 340-kilometre service uses 76-seat Embraer 170s.
Departing Warsaw at 2255 and arriving into Ostrava at 2355, it departs the Czech airport at 0525 and arrives into the Polish capital at 0630.
The reason is, of course, connections, often with roughly 60 minutes in Warsaw. Amsterdam, Munich, Paris, Zurich, Milan, Geneva, Oslo, Frankfurt, and Düsseldorf, for example, are especially well connected.
Take Milan: leave Ostara at 0525 and arrive at 0945; leave Milan at 1930 and arrive at 2355.
Jaromír Radkovský, CEO of Ostrava Airport, said: “Air connections are important for ensuring the mobility of the region’s inhabitants and will significantly help current and new investors. At the same time, it will allow passengers a simple and convenient connection with the whole world.”