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Croatian sea-side resorts with LOT as early as for May holiday weekend

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Poland Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: LOT Polish Air

Split and Zadar are two more Croatian cities to which passengers will be able to fly as early as on 30 April by LOT. The Polish carrier will offer them the fastest and most comfortable journey to the most popular holiday resorts in Croatia, both direct from Warsaw, and with one convenient transfer from other cities in Poland and Europe. This is the first offer of this type on the market!

The routes will be available in the summer season, i.e. until October 2016. LOT has launched flights from Split and Zadar in response to the ever growing tourist traffic between Poland and Croatia. Up to now, the journey to the coast of that country involved the need to have a transfer at crowded airports of the Western Europe, or long and tiresome trip by car. LOT wants to address this issue.

“Today the journey to the Adriatic coast takes at least a dozen or so hours spent behind the wheel. As early as in April it will take just two hours of a comfortable direct flight. We are the first carrier to connect Split and Zadar not only with Warsaw, but also with the other cities in Poland and Europe to which we fly. For example, on Kraków – Zadar route LOT offers just a 35-minute transfer” – says Adrian Kubicki, acting LOT spokesman.

The routes to Croatia will be operated by Bombarier turboprops, which are liked by passengers due to a spacious cabin and lack of the middle seat. The Warsaw – Zadar route will be available once a week, whereas the route to Split three times a week.

LOT offers the best and most competitive product between Poland and Croatia. It is the only carrier which offers the shortest and direct journey from Poland to holidays at the Adriatic. LOT is also the only carrier in Europe which offers as many as three travel classes on short-haul routes, including to Zagreb, Split and Zadar, and each of them meets passengers’ individual requirements and expectations. Currently, apart from LOT Business Class, the carrier also offers LOT Premium Economy Class, which combines business class service and affordable price. On the other hand, for Economy Class passengers LOT has created a dedicated LOT Economy Simple tariff, which enables them to travel only with hand luggage at a 30% discount. Furthermore, in each class we offer a unique range of products available on board. All LOT passengers may choose from “a la carte” services, such as “My Favourite Meal”, “My Additional Luggage” or Duty Free shopping or AirKiosk on board.

Split and Zadar are two more Croatian cities which have been added to the LOT route network. In January, the Polish carrier will connect Warsaw with the capital of Croatia, Zagreb.



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