Wednesday, March 25, 2009

New routes from Warsaw

Here are the recent additions to the summer flight schedule from Warsaw that takes effect on March 29.

TAP Portugal will fly to Lisbon 5 times a week starting on June 10, and every day between July and September.

LOT Polish Airlines will fly to Belgrade 5 times a week and to Dnepropetrovsk two time a week, and then four times a week.

Alitalia launches new route to Milano Linate on March 29 with daily flights. It is an addition to Warsaw-Milan Malpensa route which is served by LOT and remains in the schedule.

Norwegian Air Shuttle will fly to Dubrovnik once a week starting on June 18. It reopens the route to Athens for the summer season, to Split and to Warna, Bulgaria.

WizzAir launches Saturday flights to Burgas and Korfu. The carrier will move their operations from Bologna to Bologna/Forli Airport. Spanish LCC Clickair relaunches Warsaw-Barcelona route.

Polish regional airline Jet Air introduces Warsaw-Berlin Tegel via Bydgoszcz three times a week.

All low-cost carriers will move their operations to Warsaw Airport the main terminal, old T1 zone.

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