LOT boosts Belgrade and Zagreb operations


LOT Polish Airlines will increase frequencies on its services to Belgrade and Zagreb. The carrier will add a further two weekly flights between Warsaw and the Serbian capital for a total of nine starting July 23. It will usilise a mix of Embraer E170, E175 and E190 jets on the route which have the capacity to seat between 67 and 108 passengers. On the other hand, LOT will increase frequencies on its Zagreb flights during the upcoming 2017/18 winter season. The airline will maintain eight instead of six weekly services, all of which will run with the E175 aircraft. Both Air Serbia and Croatia Airlines codeshare on LOT's flights to and from their respective hubs.


  1. Anonymous13:56

    I like Lot, they are a professionally run airline. Let's see what they have in store for BEG for next summer.

  2. Anonymous14:47

    They increased ZAG to 10 weekly this summer and operate some flights with the E195. Their loads are very healthy on this route. Next year they probably will go double daily to ZAG.

    1. Anonymous14:50

      I would still prefer for OU to start growing again. Why don't they launch daily flights to WAW?!

    2. True, at the very peak of the season in someweeks they have 5 x weekly with E-195 @ ZAG

  3. Anonymous16:28

    Congrats, great news!

  4. Anonymous20:58

    Great news for Belgrade, the more the merrier.


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