In the winter timetable all the year-round routes remain, including routes operated by Wizzair to Catania and Naples, Norwegian to Malaga or LOT to Nice. All the intercontinental connections remain as well, including this year’s new destinations to Tokyo and Seoul (by LOT).
From the schedule disappear such summer connections as, i.a. Alghero, Alicante, Burgas, Beirut, Corfu, Varna, Szymany, Split and Zadar. Route to Palanga also disappears from the network. From December 17th winter flights to Grenoble, Verona and Turin return. They will be operated once a week by Wizzair. Hungarian carrier has also announced the launch of a completely new route to Eilat in Israel – the first flight is scheduled for December10th. The connection to Poprad, which was operated by AirBaltic, will not be operated this season.
Air Serbia withdraws its flights to and from Belgrade, but this route does not disappear from the network of the airport, because the flights will be continued by LOT. The Polish carrier suspended connections to Athens for the winter, but will restore them again on March 26th (during the winter time Aegan will continue to fly to Greece).