With the start of the winter flight schedule, LOT Polish Airlines is expanding its capacities to Warsaw. The airline is adding another daily flight to its schedule from Berlin. The Berlin-Warsaw connection, which was launched in December 2017, has developed successfully. The number of daily connections was increased to three as early as 2018. A fourth daily flight has now been added. Modern Dash 8-400 regional aircraft and Embraer regional jets will be used.
The additional flight, flight number LO386, will depart from Tegel at 13:25 and land in Warsaw at 14:45 after an 80-minute flight time. Flight LO385 will depart the Polish capital at 11:20 and reach Berlin at 12:45.
LOT Polish Airlines flies to around 60 destinations worldwide via the Warsaw hub, including numerous cities in Eastern Europe, North America, Central Asia and the Far East. This winter, destinations such as Delhi and Colombo will be added to the airline’s flight schedule. The airline operates flights to long-haul destinations exclusively with new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Chopin Airport in the Polish capital is considered to be particularly easy to transfer from compared to other European airports, as connecting flights can be reached within 30 minutes.
The Polish capital, with its long history, is always worth a visit. From the market square to the Royal Castle and the Palace of Culture and Science, the city is perfect for both young and old to discover.