Locked content LOT starts flights to new CEE cities

State-owned PLL LOT will launch flights from Warsaw to Košice (Slovakia), Palanga (Lithuania) and Kharkiv (Ukraine) in March next year, the company reported. The flights to Košice and Palanga will start on March 28 and will operate six days a week, and to Kharkiv from the beginning of March, five da...

Locked content LOT launches transfer center in Warsaw

On Wednesday, state-controlled Linie Lotnicze LOT opened a transfer center at Warsaw Chopin Airport, the media reported. Economy class passengers will be served at 20 check-in desks, whereas, business class passengers will have 10 units at their disposal . The company informed that the transfer time...

LOT seeking serious investor

In recent years, Polish airline LOT has gone through a process of reorganization. It has relied heavily on identifying an appropriate strategic investor. The US investment fund Indigo partners was willing to invest,  however they backed out in August due to the political situation in Poland with the...

Locked content Treasury in search for LOT investor

Poland is seeking an investor for state-owned airline LOT, but it is a time-consuming process that may not end before parliamentary elections, Treasury Minister Andrzej Czerwinski told the Polish Press Agency. “The process is not simple,” Czerwinski said. “I see no need to be limit...

Gov’t refrains from selling LOT to Indigo Partners

The Ministry of the State Treasury has sent a letter to Indigo Partners informing that it may not be possible to finalize negotiations on the fund’s investments in LOT, as “independent advisor’s analysis” are likely to last longer that this parliament’s term, Puls Bizne...

Locked content LOT and Turkish Airlines sign strategic cooperation deal

Polish national carrier LOT inked a strategic partnership agreement with Turkish Airlines to jointly examine connections’ potential and carry out market analyses, the Polish airline announced. Ultimately, the cooperation is expected to lead to a joint-venture agreement. “LOT and Turkish ...

LOT with a new investor?

The investing fund Indigo Partners is interested in investing in LOT Polish Airlines development, the newspaper Puls Biznesu  informed.

LOT accepts bitcoins

Travelers who purchase flight tickets at lot.com are now able to pay with bitcoins, PLL LOT informed the media. Such option is already available on the carrier’s website.

LOT launches Bus&Fly coach connections

State-owned LOT is launching coach routes connecting Warsaw Airport with five Polish cities, the ISBnews agency reported citing the company. It is the first such initiative by an airline in Poland.