LOT returns to routes to India
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LOT Polish Airlines has launched a new long-haul connection. From today you can book tickets to Mumbai, and next Tuesday, after a nearly two-year break, the Boeing 787 will take off on a passenger cruise from Chopin Airport to the capital of India.
After a two-year break caused by the pandemic situation in India, LOT resumed flights to Delhi. The connection will be operated with Dreamliners in the version 787-8 and 787-9 three times a week, and from May – five times a week. The first Boeing to the Indian capital will take off on Tuesday, March 29 at 6 p.m.25. In eight hours, the plane will cover over 7,000 kilometers.
Rafał Milczarski, President of the Management Board of LOT Polish Airlines, said: “India is one of the most exotic destinations in our network of connections. We are happy that our Dreamliners can land again at Delhi airport after the pandemic break. Providing a direct connection is a very important element in strengthening Polish-Indian cooperation. It is also a great offer for Poles who will choose India as their holiday destination. I am convinced that passengers from Delhi and Mumbai will also appreciate the connection that will allow them to comfortably reach many European cities, as well as the USA and Canada.”
In May, the passenger route Warsaw – Mumbai will be launched. We will fly to one of the largest cities in the world with LOT’s Dreamliner on May 31 at 3 p.m.40. The cruise will last about 8 hours, during which the plane will cover approx. 6,500 kilometers. Boeing 787s will fly to Mumbai on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
On routes to India, LOT has prepared a dedicated product for passengers, containing Indian elements – regional cuisine meals, an on-board entertainment system available in Hindi, as well as Bollywood films.