"Pilots take no special joy in walking. Pilots like flying." - Neil Armstrong
LOT Polish Airlines resumed operations to Dubrovnik and Split
Written by Jan Kotek.
Polish flag air carrier LOT Polish Airlines (LO/LOT), the member of Star Alliance has already resumed flight operations on Warsaw - Zagreb last month. Now, on Wednesday April 28th, routes from Warsaw to Dubrovnik and Split were also resumed.
Warsaw - Dubrovnik route will be in operations with two weekly flights at the begining, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. From May 28 two additional flights a week are offered on Thursdays and Fridays. Weekday flights are announced with Embraer ERJ-195 while Saturday flights are announced with a larger Boeing 737-800. However yesterday's first flight was operated with a smaller Embraer ERJ-175. Warsaw - Split route is announced for the entire summer timetable this year with two flights a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays with a Boeing 737-800. Warsaw - Zadar route is offered from June 12th, with only one flight a week, on Saturdays with Embraer ERJ-195. There aren't any flights to Rijeka in offer for this year and flights to Pula were discontinued before the pandemic.
Recently LOT also started with air ticket sales for additional routes from smaller Polish cities to Croatia. Krakow - Dubrovnik route has already been operated for several years and now is in offer again for this year with one flight a week, on Saturdays from June 19th. Rzeszow - Zadar route started with flight operations last year despite the pandemic, and now is offered again for this years, on Saturdays from June od 19th. Both these additional routes are announced with Bombardier Q400.