Good news for Passengers: Labour Unions have called off illegal strike actions planned on May 1st. Therefore, all LOT flights will be operated according to the schedule.
All passengers of the LO 3924 flight on LOT’s Bombardier Q400 board (SP-EQG) that landed with an emergency landing at 19:19 at Warsaw Chopin Airport are safe and were taken care of immediately. The cause of the incident will be put through a detailed investigation. All passengers whose flights have been canceled are asked to check their flight status. More information for passengers are available via LOT Contact Centre +48 22 577 77 55 and the official website at lot.com
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Warsaw, 5 June – Today LOT has launched a new connection between Warsaw and Kaliningrad. From now on, flights to Kaliningrad District will be operated as many as 6 times per week by LOT’s modern Bombardier Q400s. Meanwhile, Kaliningrad has gained first direct service to the heart of Europe and an access to more than 70 destinations worldwide via hub in Warsaw thanks to LOT’s convenient connection network.
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.
Warsaw, 30 May 2017 – LOT took off on its first flight to Astana, launching the first direct connection between Poland and Kazakhstan. The new aircraft in Polish carrier’s fleet, Boeing 737-800 NGs, will be used to operate four flights weekly on that route. Astana is the seventh destination launched by LOT in 2017 and the first one in Central Asia.