The Polish national flag carrier LOT Polish Airlines has announced that it will resume some of its domestic flights from June 1. Passengers will be able to fly on some of Poland’s busiest routes again, including from Warsaw to cities such as Gdańsk, Kraków and Poznań.
The airline announced on its webpage that the flights which will resume from June 1 will constitute the first phase of its planned reopening, writing “observing developments on the international aviation market, we have decided to gradually restore passenger flights, which were suspended in mid-March. Our plan includes several stages spread out over the coming months and which are dependent on the current epidemiological situation in Poland and across the world".
Initially, passengers will be able to travel on domestic flights to eight airports.
The route Warsaw to Gdansk will be served by three flights a day while there will be two daily flights from Warsaw to Kraków, Poznań, Rzeszów, Szczecin, Wrocław and Zielona Góra. There will also be one flight per day between Kraków and Gdańsk.
All in all, there will be about 30 flights a day, flying at a schedule developed to best suit the needs of people flying on business trips as well as regular tourists.