New LOT connection directly from Poland. We will fly to the high mountains

New LOT connection directly from Poland.  We will fly to the high mountains

Polish airlines will launch a completely new route. In just a few months, we will reach Innsbruck by direct plane from Warsaw.

The latest announcements of LOT Polish Airlines will please many Polish tourists. The national carrier is opening further connections both to further regions of the world and to nearby European destinations. After launching exotic flights to Tashkent and Riyadh, it was time for a route dedicated to mountain lovers. In the carrier's winter network, we will fly for the first time from Warsaw to Innsbruck, Austria.

New LOT connection

Holidays in resorts are not your cup of tea, and instead of hot weather, do you prefer harsh mountain air? LOT has good news for you. From November 29, 2024, we will fly directly from the capital of Poland to Innsbruck in Austria. The new connection will be operated throughout the winter until March 28 and will probably return in the following ski seasons (Innsbruck is another launched destination planned in LOT Polish Airlines' strategy for 2024-2028). The capital of Tyrol delights with a whole range of attractions: from the historic Hofburg Imperial Palace, through the charming city center to the Bergisel ski jump, which hosts one of the Four Hills Tournament competitions every year.

Flights once a week

According to LOT's official announcement, flights to Innsbruck will take place once a week, every Friday. “Passengers will travel by Boeing 737 aircraft, taking off from Warsaw airport at 10:25 local time. Departure from Innsbruck is scheduled for Friday afternoon, at 1:35 p.m. The flight time on this route will be approximately 1.5 hours,” we read. “When planning cruises to the Austrian heart of winter sports, we respond to the needs of our passengers. Innsbruck offers not only excellent skiing conditions, but also many cultural and tourist attractions. We are sure that the new connection will meet with great interest,” says Michał Fijoł, president of the management board of LOT Polish Airlines.

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