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LOT Polish Airlines opens connection to Seoul

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LOT Polish Airlines commenced flights on its latest Asian route, a connection between Warsaw Chopin (WAW) and Seoul Incheon (ICN).

“This is the sixth LOT Polish Airlines long-haul route from Warsaw Chopin Airport. Each new destination of our national carrier strengthens the position of Warsaw airport on the communication map of Europe. I am glad that LOT is a strong and reliable partner, and that it is developing energetically. I wish you safe flights on the new route from Warsaw to Seoul and, of course, the largest seats occupancy ,” said Mariusz Szpikowski, director of Warsaw Chopin Airport.

“Our customers need a convenient deals on connections, with good schedule and the shortest possible layover between flights. We respond to this need. In our network there are almost 60 European cities and to the vast majority of their inhabitants I have good news: You no longer need to change planes in large and congested hubs of Western Europe. You can choose a LOT flight via Warsaw. Travelling to South Korea has never been so easy and convenient,” – said Rafał Milczarski, CEO of LOT.

The link opened on Monday, October 17th will be flown by the Polish carrier three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays) on its 788s. For the airline this is the third destination in Asia. It already links Warsaw Chopin Airport to Beijing and Tokyo Narita.

Along with these destinations, the carrier’s other long-haul routes from the Polish capital include Chicago O’Hare, New York JFK and Toronto Pearson. For 2017, a further two new long-haul routes are planned by LOT from Warsaw Chopin Airport: to Los Angeles (April 3rd2017) and Newark (April 28th).

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