Following the decision of the government of Poland to suspend international air traffic, which has been caused by the spread of the COVID-19, all LOT flights, from both Poland and Hungary, will be suspended as of 15th March 2020, for a period of 10 days.
LOT Polish Airlines becomes the first major airline to not just reduce services, but to cancel all flights due to the Coronavirus crisis.
About LOT Polish Airlines
Currently LOT’s fleet includes over 90 aircraft, including long-haul Boeing 787s, short-haul Boeing 737s and regional Embraer 170s/175s/190s/195s.
LOT operates more than 120 routes worldwide.
LOT offers direct long-haul flights from Warsaw to New York, Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Toronto, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapoure, Delhi, Colombo; from Krakow to Chicago; from Rzeszow to Newark and also from Budapest to New York and Seoul.
Last year, 10 million passengers were on-board LOT Polish Airlines.
In January the Polish Aviation Group (PGL), the owner of LOT Polish Airlines (LOT), announced the acquisition of Condor.