The Polish airline, LOT, will introduce two additional flights on the Warsaw-Odesa-Warsaw route on March 27, thus increasing the number of weekly flights on the route from 12 to 14. This means that the carrier will fly to South Palmira twice per day, the CFTS reports.

The second additional flights will be operated on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Currently, LOT flies to Odesa once a day on these days. On Tuesdays, the airline’s aircraft will depart from Warsaw at 15:35 and arrive in Odesa at 17:20. The return flight will depart at 18:00 and arrive in Warsaw at 19:45. The timetable for the new Saturday flight is as follows: departure from Warsaw at 12:20, arrival in Odesa at 14:05, departure from Odesa at 14:45, and return to Warsaw at 16:35.

Flights to Odesa are performed on Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft (90 seats). LOT owns five such aircraft. All of them are operated by the Estonian airline Nordica, 49% of which is owned by LOT.

In addition to Odesa, LOT will increase the number of flights to Kharkiv and Kyiv Zhulyany in the summer. In addition, the carrier has announced that it will begin flying to the Zaporizhia airport in July this year.