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LOT Polish Airlines starts direct flights between Warsaw and Mumbai

Crew of LOT Polish Airlines in Mumbai

Star Alliance member carrier LOT Polish Airlines increases its footprint in India and has now integrated Mumbai into its global route network. Yesterday, LOT Polish Airlines and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport Mumbai jointly celebrated the launch of the new nonstop service between Mumbai and Warsaw. The Polish capital is LOT Polish Airlines’ global hub, providing seamless connectivity to many destinations throughout Europe and North America.

Flight LO-076 takes off from Mumbai every Sunday at 8:45h and every Wednesday at 8:25h and arrives at 13:40h and 13:20h respectively (local times) at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport (8:25 hours flight time). On the way to India, flight LO-075 departs from Warsaw every Tuesday and Saturday at 15:40h and lands in Mumbai at 2:45h (the following morning) after 7:35 hours of flying time.

Amit Ray, Director India at LOT Polish Airlines, said, “Today marks a special day for LOT Polish Airlines. After the successful launch of our Delhi to Warsaw operations in September 2019 and based on positive feedback from our customers and trade partners in India, it has always been our desire to add Mumbai to our passenger route network. We are delighted that the inaugural flight between Mumbai and Warsaw has been launched today, providing guests from India with a greater choice of travel options, not only to Poland, but also to many other popular European and North American leisure and business destinations.”