LOT resumes Belgrade service

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LOT Polish Airlines will resume flights between Warsaw and Belgrade today following a seven-month hiatus. Services between the two cities will initially be maintained four times per week with Embraer 175 jets. The majority of Serbian citizens are not allowed entry into Poland due to coronavirus restrictions. LOT plans to introduce a new service between Budapest and Belgrade on October 25.

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  1. Anonymous10:32

    Open the door, here we come! :)

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  2. Anonymous11:14

    Can we transfer in Warsaw on the way to the US?

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    1. Anonymous11:15

      No, you can enter the US only if you are heading straight from Belgrade or a non-EU/non-Schengen country (excluding Brazil and Iran).

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    2. No. No transfers in the Schengen zone are permitted.

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    3. Anonymous12:44

      Just fly on JU to JFK and then self connect.

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    4. Anonymous20:49

      Since couple of months, due to covid, LO is not allowed by the Polish government to take any pax onboard on the routes from US to WAW, and therefore I also hardly believe they take any pax on the routes from WAW to US, what is formally allowed.

      Flying six weekly to JFK and five weekly to ORD without pax, just for cargo, is a great way of wasting money!

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  3. Anonymous11:16

    Ouch...not!

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  4. Anonymous11:27

    Wishful thinking.

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    1. Anonymous11:30

      Why exactly?

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    2. Anonymous12:10

      I guess he was hoping they would never resume.

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  5. Anonymous12:14

    There are 32 passenger on the WAW-BEG flight today. Capacity of the plane is 75.

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    1. Anonymous12:39

      backlog

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    2. Anonymous12:40

      ^ Are you one that also wrote it's wishful thinking they are resuming flights?

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    3. Anonymous12:45

      That's around 40% so it's not too bad.

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    4. Anonymous18:54

      So it probably covers their variable costs such as fuel, crew and fees; and may even contribute some to overhead and fixed costs.

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