LOT Polish Airlines will fly with Boeing 787 Dreamliner to destinations in Greece

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the aviation market. The demand for travel has been growing for several months, but it is still far from normal - by far the most popular are domestic flights and regional connections.

This summer, LOT will offer passengers more than 157 attractive connections, including domestic and international flights, as well as flights to North America (to Miami, Los Angeles and New York from Warsaw, to Newark from Rzeszów and from Warsaw and Krakow to Chicago). and New York) and Asia. Due to the pandemic and reduced demand for travel, the network of connections will reach only about 50% of the pre-pandemic level.

LOT Polish Airlines will fly with Boeing 787 Dreamliner to destinations in Greece such as Heraklion and Athens.

There is clearly a great deal of interest in Europe in the summer and winter seasons, and carriers are trying to take advantage of this situation. LOT has decided to expand the network of connections, among others, to Croatia and Greece.

Warsaw - Heraklion with LOT Polish Airlines

Flights from Warsaw to Heraklion will be operated every Sunday from June 27 to October 10, with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

LO8579 Warsaw 15:00 - 19:00 Heraklion
LO8580 Heraklion 20:50 - 22:50 Warsaw

Warsaw - Athens with LOT Polish Airlines

Flights from Warsaw to Athens will be operated every Sunday from June 27 to October 3, with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

LO8589 Warsaw 15:50 - 19:30 Athens
LO8590 Athens 21:20 - 22:50 Warsaw

And Lufthansa decided to use aircraft Boeing 747 and Airbus A350 on the routes from Frankfurt and Munich to Mallorca and this is due to the great interest in travel to these destinations during the summer season.

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