Polish Airlines piece of ground They are responding to the Americans’ decision and putting more direct relations with the United States on the schedule. At the beginning of the week, the US announced that all vaccinated EU and UK citizens would be allowed into the country from the beginning of November.
LOT resumes flights to the US
LOT Polish Airlines has just changed its flight schedule. Many calls have been put on hold at the time of the pandemic. True, for a year there were limited regular cruises, but only citizens of this country and residents could enter the USA.
The Polish airline will fly daily to the largest airport in New York, John F. Kennedy, and flights from Warsaw to Chicago will operate six times a week, and from Krakow – once a week. Flights from Warsaw to Newark, New Jersey, will depart three times a week. In turn, from December 10, the route from Warsaw to Miami will be restored – trips in this direction will take place three times a week. According to the carrier, the offer for the most important centers in the United States is almost at the same level as in 2019.
Passengers quickly responded to information about the possibility of vaccinating people traveling from Europe to the United States. On Monday, the LOT search engine recorded a 115 percent increase in inquiries. Against average, on Tuesday it increased by 177 percent. against the same average.
The US will be more open to travelers from November
White House pandemic coordinator Jeff Zents announced Monday that all travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will be able to travel to the United States starting in early November, but will also have to test negative for the coronavirus and wear face masks.
Visitors will be required to submit a vaccination certificate and negative test results within three days prior to departure before boarding the plane. The announcement shows that people who have been fully vaccinated will not be required to be quarantined.
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