Articles Tagged ‘LOT Polish Airlines’
LOT Polish began Wroclaw – Budapest on 24 August, joining Krakow and Warsaw from the Hungarian capital.
LOT Polish took off to Dublin on 23 August.
LOT Polish surprises many with so many new routes, all of which start within two weeks. We look at these 85 and see what LOT’s planning and why.
Check out network planning news as it happens on our Instagram daily digests! In this week’s new airline routes launched, LOT adds Beijing Daxing and Budapest Airport wins cake of the week for Ryanair’s new Kharkiv route.
LOT Polish Airlines adds Beijing Daxing flights; 83% of Poland – China demand still unserved.
LOT Polish Airlines has announced year-round flights between Budapest Airport and Seoul Incheon. The route will be operated three times per week from 22nd September by a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. With estimated market demand at over 100,000 passengers per annum, and the market between Hungary and Korea almost quadrupling over the past four years, the […]
A total of 12 new routes were launched by 10 airlines, including TAP Air Portugal adding San Francisco and Washington Dulles to its network.
LOT Polish Airlines made its mark in Lebanon by relaunching its nonstop service between Warsaw and Beirut from 14 June.
Three airports battled it out for Week 21 Fire Truck Water Arch glory, with entries from across Europe. The competition intensified with new aircraft, new routes and a variety of Fire Truck Water Arch salutes. But there was one clear winner, which deservedly received the Arch of Triumph prize this week.
LOT Polish Airlines launches services between Warsaw and Miami.
LOT Polish Airlines starts new Vilnius to London City link – also adds latest domestic route from Krakow.
anna.aero joins LOT Polish Airlines, Lithuanian Airports and London City to celebrate carrier’s new link from Vilnius at The Shard
anna.aero joined Lithuanian Airports, London City Airport and LOT Polish Airlines at The Shard on Thursday 25 April to toast the carrier’s soon-to-launch route between the UK airport and Vilnius. With UK-Lithuania traffic growing 13% in 2018, the route comes at a time when demand between the countries is at an all-time high.