LOT Polish Airlines launches new Warsaw-Skopje route

Starting from June 1, LOT Polish Airlines is going to launch the first direct connection from Warsaw to Skopje, TAV Macedonia and LOT Polish Airlines announced Wednesday.

Flights on this route will be operated daily, 6 times a week, apart from Sundays, by modern Embraer jets. Tickets are already available for purchase sale, via LOT’s Contact Centre, at www.lot.com, and from sales agents.

Alper Ersoy, TAV Macedonia General Manager said that this route will also serve both countries to strengthen business ties, to enable better communication with Eastern Europe as well as transatlantic flights to many destinations in the world that are offered by Warsaw.

Polish Ambassador to Macedonia Jacek Multanowski said that apart from the common surnames ending with "ski" Macedonia and Poland are connected historically, also through culture, science education, tourism ... and now that relationship will be closer in just only two and a half hours flight.

LOT Polish Airlines is the third company in Europe and sixth in the world. Aleksandra Dabkowska, PR Specialist at LOT Polish Airlines said that the company has new and sophisticated jets for cross-ocean flights including Boeing 787/9, 737 but also Embraer jets operating on route Skopje – Warsaw.

Timetables are designed in such way that also the passengers travelling from Skopje have access to fast and convenient connecting flights from the Warsaw Chopin Airport to among others, destinations in the United States of America, Canada and Western Europe.


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