As of November 30, Krakow Airport, in southern Poland, will have a new connection to Luxembourg. It will be launched by Luxair Luxembourg Airlines, a new carrier at the airport.
Poland is extending its flight ban to 30 countries, including France, until September 29. It will come into force on Wednesday, September 16, according to a new government regulation published in the Journal of Laws.
The Polish government has extended the ban on international flights to August 11, 2020, whereas the list of flight destinations has changed, the government's Journal of Laws wrote.
French flag carrier Air France launched a new connection on Friday, flying from Paris to the southern Polish city of Krakow with flights initially two to four times a week and eventually daily.
National flag carrier LOT Polish Airlines said in a Saturday press release that it would fly a full holiday schedule from Warsaw as well as from nine regional airports.
On Wednesday, international passenger air traffic resumed to and from Poland after a three-month break due to the COVID-19 epidemic, airlines and airports have introduced new guidelines to ensure the safe transport of passengers.
Poland's LOT national airline will resume some domestic routes from June 1, and the carrier's new flight schedule will be announced in early June, LOT's deputy CEO, Michal Fijol, told PAP on Sunday.
Poland's Civil Aviation Authority (ULC), has said flights can resume with the observance of rules for the safety of passengers and airport staff, UCL President Piotr Samson announced on Friday.
Next Wednesday, May 27, a special charter flight is planned from London to Warsaw for Poles who somehow got stuck in the UK during the lockdown period and wish to return home, the Polish embassy has announced.
Poland will extend the ban on international air connections until June 6, and on domestic flights until May 31, according to a draft regulation prepared by the Ministry of Infrastructure.