LOT upgrades Skopje service


LOT Polish Airlines has upgraded its upcoming new service between Warsaw and Skopje from seasonal to year-round operations. The carrier will continue serving the Macedonian capital past the summer, with four weekly flights. Commenting on the new service, which begins on June 1, LOT previously said, "We will offer passengers from Macedonia the most comfortable connections to Scandinavia and Western Europe, as well as the airports we fly to in North America. We are sure the new offer will meet the expectations of passengers travelling for business and leisure".


  1. LOT needs to move to OneWorld.

  2. Replies
    1. They are being limited by Lufthansa and the other Star members. They provide much more value to OneWorld that has a big hole that hasn't been filled ever since Malev went bankrupt.

    2. Great info , thanks.


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