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LOT INAUGURATED NON STOP SERVICE FROM STUTTGART TO WARSAW

01.06.2017

Warsaw, 1 June 2017 – LOT Polish Airlines inaugurated direct connection bewteen Stuttgart and Warsaw. Flights are operated twice a day, 6 days in a week, enabling passengers to travel with LOT to many destinations in Poland, Central and Eastern Europe as well as to long haul destinations such as Astana, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Los Angeles.

Comfortable schedule, short connecting time at Warsaw hub and modern fleet are only few ways, how LOT aims to become one of the leading airlines at Stuttgart airport. Polish carrier operates more than 70 destinations across the world, offering practically unlimited travel options to different kind of clients – those traveling for business, as well as leasure customers.

“Passengers willing to start their journey at Stuttgart airport deserve to have a choice. Whether they want to fly to far Asia or North America, LOT reponds perfectly to these needs, especially to those tired of traveling via giant and crowded airports. We are very happy that our modern and comfortable Embraer jets take passengers to Warsaw and to further destinations in the shortest and most conveninent way. We are happy to announce it today with our partners from Stuttgart Airport” – says Rafał Milczarski, LOT’s CEO.

Walter Schoefer, CEO Stuttgart Airport: “We are very pleased that LOT has started this new route from Stuttgart to Warsaw today. For us this is a very important connection to Poland and Warsaw Airport as a busy hub to many further destinations for business and leisure travellers in both directions.”

Flights bewteen Warsaw and Stuttgart are operated twice a week from Monday till Friday. On Saturday LOT will perform morning flight, while on Sunday will offer flight in the evening.

WAW – STR LO 371 08:00 – 09:50
STR – WAW LO 372 10:30 – 12:25

WAW – STR LO 373 17:05 – 18:55
STR – WAW LO 374 19:35 – 21:30


The following schedule gives passengers the shortest travel time to destinations such as Wrocław, Kosice, Kraków, Kiev, Kharkov, Vilnius, Sankt Petersburg, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul, Astana, Los Angeles and many more with only 1 -2 hour layover at Warsaw Chopin Airport.

“Our strongest point is the efficient network and the most convenient hub. We are one of a really few airlines in Europe that can offer and deliver connecting time less than an hour. With such a short layover you will not only be able to catch your onward flight but you will have plenty of time for shopping, dining or relax between flights” – adds Rafał Milczarski.

All flights are operated by modern Embraer jets in 3 class configuration. LOT Polish Airlines is the only carrier to offer economy and business, as well as premium economy class.

Announcing flight from Stuttgart to Warsaw is a part of LOT’s profitable growth strategy which has been implementing since the early 2016. Based on its underlying assumptions LOT intends to become the first-choice airlines not only among passengers travelling from Poland but also from other countries in the region. Stuttgart is LOT’s fifth destination in Germany. Polish carrier flies also to Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf and Hamburg. is another step reinforcing LOT’s position in that part of the continent.

“Stuttgart became one of the most important business and science centers in Germany. We are certain about the potential of the corporate traffic, as well as number leisure customers willing to fly with us either to their holiday destinations or to visit friends and relatives. I am sure that once they try our service, they will become frequent guests onboard our aircraft” – says Rafał Milczarski.

LOT plans to continue its intensive development following 2017. As of April 2017, the carrier flies to new US destinations, Newark and Los Angeles, in that way has expanded its overseas routes. Except Newark and Los Angeles, LOT flies to New York JFK, Chicago, Toronto, Beijing, Tokio, Seulu and as of Monday also to Astana, capital of Kazakhstan. All long haul destinations are operated by the most modern aircraft in the world – Boeing 787 Dreamliner.