LOT Polish Airlines decided that as of the beginning of this year’s summer season (from 26 March), the company will operate more flights between Szczecin and the Warsaw Chopin Airport. Flights to the Polish capital’s main airport will be provided 22 times a week.
“PLL LOT’s announcement that starting from 26 March 2023, flights to Warsaw will be operated not 19 but 22 times a week, on the one hand feeds into the development of our route network with the national operator via its Warsaw hub over the last several years, while also affording more options for convenient connections with European as well as North American, Asian and Middle Eastern countries. On the other hand, it adjusts our timetable to align with point-to-point flights to Warsaw, providing an alternative for long train or car trips, and allowing residents of both Westpomeranian and Mazovian Regions to attend to their business in a matter of one day, without having to stay overnight,” said Maciej Dziadosz, President of the Board at the Solidarity Szczecin–Goleniów Airport .
“The addition of new flights to Warsaw is also a clear sign that our long-standing cooperation with PLL LOT continues to be exemplary, and that air traffic is starting to rebound to pre-pandemic levels, giving us hope for rapid growth in the years to come, driven also by well-proven partners such as Polish Airlines LOT,” added Dziadosz.
Our timetable will facilitate
- domestic connections with: Rzeszów, Kraków, Katowice, Gdańsk and Wrocław;
- European connections with: Vilnius, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Munich, Copenhagen, Budapest, Paris, Milan and many other cities;
- connections with America and Asia, including New York, Toronto, Miami, Seoul, Mumbai, Delhi and other destinations.