LOT schedules Rijeka service


LOT Polish Airlines has scheduled and put on sale tickets between Warsaw and Rijeka. As previously reported, flight will operate during the summer season, making Rijeka the carrier's sixth destination in Croatia following Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula and Zadar. Services will commence on June 7 and run each Sunday until September 27 with an Embraer E195 jet. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous10:46

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  2. Anonymous11:44

    Will it be subsidized same as BEG?

    1. Anonymous16:44

      Nice b8 m8

    2. Anonymous07:40

      Why would it be bait? For example I'm also interested in knowing if they will get money to fly there.

  3. Anonymous12:33

    Rijeka replaces Pula. On top of that for vacationers going to Balkans also WAW-TIA (new), WAW-CFU and WAW-VAR.

  4. no PYT in S20, RJK will replace those flights

  5. Sad neka navale touroperatori. Ovo je dobra šansa i za dobit par gostiju iz Ukrajine i Bjelorusije. LO ima izvrsnu pokrivenost tamo.

  6. Anonymous15:56

    So, basically LO know is seriously stepping into Croatia and very bad news for JU which has the similar coverage.
    That said, I won´t be surprised if BWK will be the next airport covered by LO.

    Anyway, BRAVO Hratvska!!

    1. Anonymous16:45

      Yep, LO switching seasonal summer flights from PUY to RJK, I think JU's gonna pull out of Croatia entirely after this move.

    2. Anonymous21:55

      They have no other choice but to pull out from Croatia entirely, don't they?
      Their Belarus flights will be especially affected...
      What, they do not fly to Belarus?
      Never mind, it must be bad news for JU

    3. Anonymous07:42

      Haha I work for ZAD and it will be especially bad news for JU when JU increases ZAD to 3 next summer.


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