LOT resuming international flights
Poland’s national carrier LOT will resume international flights from July 1. The airline published a preliminary schedule from 1st July until July 14 according which the carrier will restore operations from Warsaw to Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Podgorica. The carrier will also go ahead with the launch of its new route Budapest – Dubrovnik on July 4, From Warsaw, the carrier will run one weekly service to Podgorica. The Budapest – Dubrovnik flights will operate once per week. “For the first two weeks of July, the network of LOT’s international flights has been planned with passenger safety in mind, which is always a priority for us, and to ensure comfort during travel. Most of the proposed routes are to Schengen countries, which have a stable epidemic situation and at the same time have abolished the quarantine obligation and other restrictions for travellers coming from other countries. Our passengers can therefore plan their holidays, short recreational trips or business trips with confidence, knowing that they will be able to fully enjoy their journey abroad, LOT’s CEO, Rafał Milczarski, said.
Source: EX-YU Aviation News