LOT's Chief Executive Officer Rafal Milczarski

Poland’s LOT to Launch 5 New Flights From Budapest

Polish airline LOT will start operating direct flights to Seoul, Prague, Belgrade, Stuttgart and Sofia, Hungarian state news service MTI reported, citing Rafal Milczarski, LOT’s Chief Executive Officer. The new Seoul service, to be operated 3 times a week from 22 September, will be the first direct air connection between Hungary and South Korea, Milczarski said. LOT will fly to Prague and Stuttgart twice every day, except on weekends, to Sofia and Belgrade once a day, seven days a week. Flights to Brussels and Bucharest, initially planned to be launched in September, will be delayed to March 2020 due to a ban on flying Boeing 737 MAX airplanes. The airline is deploying 3 new Embraer E-Jet aircraft in Budapest and will hire 60 pilots and 150 flight attendants.


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