LOT Polish Airlines has opened 2 routes from Budapest: Dubrovnik (DBV) and Varna (VAR)
LOT Polish Airlines has opened two new routes in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, connecting the city to two of the largest tourist destinations in Europe.
LOT Polish Airlines, a Star Alliance member, began flying from Budapest Airport (BUD) towards Dubrovnik (DBV), Croatia and Varna (VAR), Bulgaria. As of July 4, both routes are operated once a week with Embraer E195 aircraft.
data Saber Market Intelligence shows that Dubrovnik was the largest market for Budapest, which was not covered in 2019. While Varna was the largest uncovered market with direct flights from Budapest.
From July 1, LOT has resumed international flights. We remind you that LOT suspended its activity in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LOT CEO Rafał Milczarski noted that the LOT airline is "working hard" to restore operational capacity ready for 2020.
"Currently, passengers can benefit from about 250 flights per week, and this number is constantly increasing.Said Milczarski. "Just a few weeks after the resumption of passenger flights in Poland, LOT has re-established almost 70% of the destinations planned for 2020, including a few dozen international flights and the first long-haul flights."