Friday, December 23, 2016

LOT to launch Podgorica and Pula flights

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LOT Polish Airlines will expand its presence in the former Yugoslavia with the introduction of services from Warsaw to Podgorica and Pula next summer season. Flights to both cities will operate seasonally, once per week, from May 13 and 14 respectively. LOT currently maintains year-round flights to Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana, as well as seasonal services to Split and Zadar. Details for the new Warsaw - Podgorica flights can be found here, while additional information for the Pula service is available here.

8 comments:

  1. Croatian coast is booming year after year

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  2. Warsaw - Zadar has been increased from once a week to 3x a week.

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    1. Well that's good news for Zadar, they becoming less dependent of Ryanair

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  3. Sarajevo is also a good choice. There are travelling many polish tourists

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    1. mostly to Međugorje, so it should be Mostar

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    2. Yeah I tink LOT would have much more passengers if the would fly to Mostar

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  4. Go go Montenegro!

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