LOT Announces New Budapest Flights

  • 15 Feb 2019 9:40 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
LOT Announces New Budapest Flights
Polish airline LOT yesterday announced the launch of new flights from Budapest to Brussels and Bucharest from September.

LOT will operate 12 flights weekly, between Budapest and both cities, on schedules adjusted to transfer traffic.

The Polish airline began direct service between New York’s JFK Airport and Budapest Airport in May.

Rafal Milczarski, CEO of LOT, stressed that the new connections are on routes underserved by other airlines.

The trans-Atlantic flights will keep LOT among the best-developing carriers at Budapest Airport, said CEO Jost Lammers.


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