Polish Airline Lot Begun Offering Service To Sarajevo & Pristina

The airline will operate five flights per week to Sarajevo, and it will operate four flights every week to Pristina. The Polish airline LOT has added Sarajevo and Pristina to its route map as part of its ongoing effort to extend its network. In addition to numerous recent network extensions, such as Mumbai, Baku, and Cairo, the airline will now travel to both of these locations out of its base in Warsaw.

LOT has started service to the cities of Sarajevo and Pristina.

As part of a larger expansion of its network, the Polish airline LOT has commenced service to two additional locations in the Balkans. The airline presently operates nonstop flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to both Sarajevo (SJJ), the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Pristina (PRN), the capital of the Republic of Kosovo. Both of these destinations are served directly by the airline.

LOT Polish Airlines stated,

“LOT Polish Airlines is now in the process of expanding its network, and as part of this process, the airline has increased the number of services it provides to the Balkan area. As a result, the airline is further solidifying its position as the primary carrier in Central Europe. The worldwide hub of the airline that is a member of the Star Alliance is located in Warsaw, and it has just begun service to the cities of Sarajevo and Pristina.”

The airline will operate five flights per week to the city of Sarajevo, while only operating four flights per week to the city of Pristina.

The departure and arrival times of both routes are coordinated to match with those of LOT’s services to and from Delhi, India. The LOT aircraft that departs from Delhi at 08:00 will make a stop in Warsaw for about one hour and thirty minutes before continuing on to Sarajevo. Pristina travellers who want to fly to Delhi have the option of doing so through Warsaw.

The comprehensive timetable

On May 31st, LOT started providing service to Sarajevo, and exactly one week later, on June 6th, they started flying to Pristina.

The following is an outline of the WAW-SJJ schedule:

Flight LO577 leaves Warsaw at 10:35 and arrives in Sarajevo at 12:25, while Flight LO578 departs from Sarajevo at 13:05 and arrives back in Warsaw at 15:00.
Flight LO579 leaves Warsaw at 14:40 and arrives in Sarajevo at 16:30 on Mondays and Fridays. Flight LO580 returns from Sarajevo at 17:10 and arrives in Warsaw at 19:05.

The following is an outline of the WAW-PRN schedule:

Flight LO587 leaves Warsaw at 10:15 and arrives in Pristina at 12:30; Flight LO588 returns from Pristina at 13:20 and arrives in Warsaw at 15:50. These flights take place on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

According to information obtained from FlightRadar24.com, LOT has used its fleet of Embraer ERJ-170/175 and Embraer ERJ-190/195 aircraft on these two routes. These planes have the capacity to accommodate between 76 and 118 people and provide seating in both business class and economy class.

Expansion of networks on a global scale

LOT Polish Airlines’ base in Warsaw has lately been expanded to include service to a number of new and exciting international locations. The airline company is currently providing two flights per week to Mumbai, four flights per week to Baku, and five flights per week to Cairo.
Additionally, on July 1 the Polish airline will begin operating flights to Stuttgart once again and will link those flights with its service to Mumbai.

Since its founding in 1928, LOT is one of the oldest airlines still in operation in the globe. LOT runs the Boeing 787 Dreamliner (both the -8 and -9 variants), the Boeing 737-800 and the Boeing 737 MAX, as well as a dozen turboprop DHC-8-400s. These planes are in addition to its fleet of Embraer aircraft.

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