LOT cancels all international flights until June 30

LOT canceled all international flights until June 30 due to the unstable situation in the aviation market and various travel restrictions associated with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, the airline said.

Now LOT performs only domestic flights in Poland, which were restored from June 1.

On a day, LOT makes about 30 flights between Warsaw and Gdansk, Krakow, Poznan, Rzeszow, Szczecin, Wroclaw, Zelenaya Gora, as well as between Krakow and Gdansk. The frequency of flights on each line is from one to three times a day.

This schedule is valid until June 19. In the future, the airline can change it by expanding the internal route network.

Mandatory for passengers is wearing a mask during the entire flight. As an additional mayor, the Polish government banned airlines from filling in more than 50% of the seats on airplanes.

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