LOT resumed on July 1st its international flights since the suspension of passenger flights in mid-March.
LOT’s flight route network will include the first long-haul flights to Canada, South Korea and Japan, as well as flights to the UK, Albania, Montenegro and Ukraine.
The first passengers flew on board LOT planes to Berlin, Amsterdam, Düsseldorf, Barcelona, Prague, Budapest, Vilnius, Kiev, Dubrovnik and Split yesterday.
They will be joined by travellers flying to Vienna and Oslo.
From July 3rd, the summer campaign #LOTnaWakacje begins and passengers can start planning their trips outside Europe as well.
The Polish airline will take passengers to three cities in North America and Asia:
- Toronto – from three to seven times a week from July 1st;
- Seoul – from two to five times a week from July 3rd;
- Tokyo (Narita airport) – from two to three times a week from July 3rd.
All long-haul flights will be operated from Warsaw’s Chopin Airport.
In addition, LOT will also launch a Budapest-Seoul connection, offered once a week, from July 20th.