LOT announced today the launch of new #flyKRK connections – Bucharest and Dubrovnik. In 2019, the frequency of flights to Chicago will also increase, up to three a week.
Flights to Bucharest will start in Kraków on 01 April and will be operated 3 times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
According to the flight schedule, the aircraft will depart from Krakow at 08:25 pm and will arrive in Bucharest at 11:15 pm local time. The return flights will be offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The aircraft will depart from Henri Coandă International Airport at 06:15 am local time and will land in Kraków at 07:05 am.
LOT made available a Bombardier Q400 aircraft to operate the connection, where each aircraft can take on board 78 passengers in three travel classes: business, premium economy and economy. LOT assumes that this year flights between Kraków and Bucharest will be operated until 26 October.
The flights on the Kraków-Dubrovnik route are scheduled once a week, on Saturdays. The Embraer 145 aircraft, with 118 seats on board, in three travel classes, will depart from Kraków at 08:25 pm to arrive in Dubrovnik at 10:20 pm. The plane will start its return journey with passengers from the Croatian resort at 11:00 pm, and is scheduled to land in Krakow at 00:55.
Flights between Kraków and Dubrovnik are seasonal, which means that they will be operated only in summer. The first such flight is scheduled for 25 May and the last one for 28 September.
Additional great news is that the flights to Chicago will be more frequent. From the beginning of July, flights from Kraków to Chicago will take off 3 times a week, with the extra flight being operated on Tuesdays.
Planes will depart from Chicago on Tuesdays, at 05:25 pm local time to land in Kraków at 09:35 am on Wednesday. Flights to Chicago are later scheduled to be operated every day at 12:20 pm from Kraków Airport, with the arrival at O’Hare airport scheduled for 03:30 pm local time.
Apart from flights to Chicago, Bucharest and Dubrovnik, LOT offers flights from the capital city of Małopolska to: Warszawa, Gdańsk, Olsztyn (from 25 April), Budapest and Tel Aviv (from 25 February).