TravTalk - India

LOT Polish starts flights

LOT Polish Airlines has announced the starting of passenger flights to Mumbai effective 31 May and has also resumed passenger flights to Delhi from 29 March.


The Polish flag carrier resumes flights to Delhi after a two-year break due to the pandemic situation in India. LOT Polish Airlines will be operating these flights by Boeing 787 thrice weekly, just like its other long-haul flights, with a capacity increase to five weekly flights effective May 2022. Fares and schedule have been updated in all booking systems already.

Rafał Milczarski, President of the Management Board, LOT Polish Airlines, said, “India is one of the most exotic destinatio­ns in our flight network. We are delighted that after a pandemic-related break, our flagship aircraft can again land at Delhi’s IGI Airport. Ensuring a direct connection is an essential element in strengthen­ing Polish-Indian cooperatio­n. It is also a great offer for Poles choosing India as their holiday destinatio­n. I believe that passengers originatin­g from Delhi will also appreciate the relaunch of this connection, which will enable them to comfortabl­y travel to many cities across Europe and North America.”

“India is the world’s seventh largest economy and the most important Polish trade in South Asia. We can spot opportunit­ies for cooperatio­n in sectors where Polish companies lead the way. These include green technologi­es, agricultur­e and agri-food processing as well as medical equipment,” he added. Apart from Delhi, Mumbai (BOM) will be added to LOT’s global network effective 31 May.

“LOT Polish Airlines is pleased to provide India originatin­g passengers a convenient flight option to Europe, the United States and Canada. Passengers can seamlessly and stress-free connect via Warsaw, giving guests what they value. LOT deploys its flagship aircraft on the Delhi and Mumbai routes, and to cater

to the Indian consumer, Indian meals and inflight entertainm­ent including Bollywood movies will

be available for guests,” said Amit Ray, Director India, LOT Polish Airlines.

 ?? ?? Rafał Milczarski President of the Management Board, LOT Polish Airlines
Rafał Milczarski President of the Management Board, LOT Polish Airlines
 ?? ??
 ?? ??

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India