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Done with London, Paris and Prague? Your choices of travel in Europe have now been swung wide open. Come September, Poland’s flag aircraft carrier, LOT Polish Airlines will start a new direct flight service between India and Poland (New Delhi and Warsaw, to be specific), the first of its kind!
The first flight will start from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Terminal 3 in New Delhi on September 17, 2019, and from India to Poland on September 18. There will be 5 flights per week connecting the two cities on the wide-body Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. There will be three service options –business class, Premium Economy and Economy class. The flight, which has been in talks since 2015, is finally being sprung into action.
"The long-awaited flight between Poland and India is becoming a fact. I am pleased to announce that this magnificent destination is being added to LOT’s growing network today. This is a great moment in our 90-year history and evidence of our dynamic development," says Rafal, Milczarski, CEO of LOT.
So far, flights to Poland have been a cumbersome journey involving layovers at Russia, Dubai, Finland, Switzerland, among others. This will be a more-than-pleasant change as travelling to Warsaw directly will also help access countries nearby such as Belarus, Slovakia, Lithuania, among others.
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