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From December 7, LOT plans to resume flights from Warsaw to Sri Lanka -

From December 7, LOT plans to resume flights from Warsaw to Sri Lanka –

LOT Polish Airlines from 7 December this year. intends to return to the Warsaw-Colombo route in Sri Lanka – said company spokesperson, Krzysztof Mokzulski.

According to the company, starting from December 7 this year, depending on entry restrictions, LOT plans to resume a direct long-distance connection from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Colombo in Sri Lanka.

On November 3, 2019, the national carrier opened direct flights on this route, and then as a regular seasonal connection. However, due to the pandemic, flights have been suspended.

Contact has been suspended during the pandemic, and we are reopening on December 7 this year. Up to three times a week – said Krzysztof Moczulski.


LOT flights will depart from Warsaw on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 16:10 arriving in Colombo at 5.55 local time. On the way back, the national carrier’s machines will depart on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8.05 local time and arrive in Warsaw at 13.40.

Deliveries will be provided by Dreamliners. The journey on this route will take more than 9 hours, during which the plane will travel a distance of 7,293 km.

The shareholders of the PLL LOT are the State Treasury and the Polish Group.


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