Polish national carrier LOT has announced that it will be opening three new routes from Warsaw in 2016. Passengers are now able to buy tickets on the carrier’s website for flights to Kharkiv, Palanga and Kosice.
– The current offer of flights from Kosice is not sufficient, and other hubs are about three hours drive away. We connect Kosice with the world giving passengers the most convenient access not only to Warsaw, but also through Warsaw to many other cities in Poland and Europe – said Marcin Celejewski, acting CEO at LOT.
Flights to the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv will start on March 1st with five scheduled flights per week. Flights to Palanga in Lithuania will be inaugurated on March 28th, and passengers will be able to use the service six days a week. At the same time, flights to Kosice will commence. The planned flights from Kosice, will allow passengers a convenient flight connection (change in Warsaw) to the most important cities in Europe, including for example. Paris, Amsterdam or London.