One of the world's oldest air carriers and a member of the Star Alliance, LOT Polish Airlines has launched its summer flights between the Polish capital of Warsaw and Pula.
According to the LOT's summer schedule, seasonal flights between the two cities will be operated twice a week until the 8th of October 2017.
In addition, Adrian Kubicki, the spokesperson from LOT commented, ''Croatia is one of the most attractive countries on the Mediterranean but has not been fully discovered yet. Thanks to our summer flights from Warsaw as our hub airport to the Croatian coast, we will contribute to promoting Croatia as a perfect holiday destination, not just in Poland but in other countries as well’’.
Apart from LOT Polish Airlines, a number of world air carriers will operate seasonal flights to Pula this summer such as British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Eurowings, Transavia, Red Wings Airlines, Jet2, and Thomson Airways.
Using a fleet of 43 aircraft, LOT Polish Airlines operates a complex network to almost 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia. Most of the destinations are served from its hub, Warsaw Chopin Airport.