On Sunday Poland's national air carrier LOT launched regular flights from Warsaw to the Sri Lankan capital Colombo. The thrice-weekly seasonal connection will continue until March 28 2020.
Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air has launched new flight connections from Gdansk, northern Poland, Katowice, southern Poland and Warsaw to Ukraine, Norway and Israel, the carrier said on Monday.
Janusz Janiszewski will become the first Pole to take control of the A6 group, which plays a vital role in the management of Europe’s skies.
Ryanair, the Irish budget airline, will launch in June next year flights from Katowice in southern Poland to Allghero on the island of Sardinia in the Mediterranean Sea, Ryanair and Katowice Airport announced on Friday.
Poland's national air carrier LOT has resumed direct flights to India after many years, LOT CEO Rafał Milczarski has announced. On Wednesday, a Polish LOT Dreamliner left for New Delhi, which is LOT's sixth Asian destination.
On May 7 2020, American Airlines (AA) plans to launch its first route from Chicago to Kraków, southern Poland, the company announced on Thursday. This connection is currently being serviced by LOT Polish airlines.
Warsaw Modlin Airport serviced over 1.58 million passengers in the first six months of 2019, the airport has announced. The figure represents an 8.9 percent growth compared to the same period last year.
With new destinations and more people using it as a transfer hub, the city’s main airport is pulling in the travellers.
Hungarian low cost carrier Wizz Air officially inaugurated its base at Kraków Airport in southern Poland on Wednesday. It is the airline's fifth base in Poland, thanks to which Wizz Air will launch 18 new connections this year.
Thirteen Polish regional airports serviced a record number of 28.1 million passengers in 2018, 15.3 percent more than in the previous year, according to data from the Polish Regional Airports Union.