LOT Polish Airlines has resumed flights to 20 destinations in Europe, including Bucharest.
Starting today, 1 July 2020, LOT Polish Airlines resumed flights to 20 destinations in Europe, including en route Warsaw - Bucharest.
Passengers in Poland will be able to fly to European countries, including Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium and Norway, as well as plan their holidays in Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria or Spain.
LOT Polish Airlines resumed flights to 20 destinations
List of the 20 destinations to which LOT Polish Airlines started flying: Prague, Dusseldorf, Vilnius, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Brussels, Kiev (Boryspol Airport), Amsterdam, Bucharest, Barcelona, Tbilisi, Oslo, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Podgorica, Corfu, Chania and Varna.
At the same time, LOT will resume flights from the base in Budapest. For starters, LOT Polish Airlines will operate flights on routes Budapest - Dubrovnik and Budapest - Varna. These are seasonal holiday destinations.
All international flights will be operated from Chopin Airport in Warsaw, the program being valid until July 14.