LOT Polish Airlines, Poland’s national carrier, commenced direct flights between Warsaw and Mumbai on Wednesday, June 1. The flights will operate twice a week.
According to a statement issued by the airline, “Flight LO-076 takes off from Mumbai every Sunday at 8:45 am and every Wednesday at 8:25 am and arrives at 1.40 pm and 1.20 pm, 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 3:40 pm and lands in Mumbai at 2:45 am (the following morning) after 7:35 hours of flying time.
“It’s time to plan your dream trip to Poland, as LOT Polish Airlines has now started non-stop flight operations from Mumbai Airport. So, pack your bags and explore the stunning architecture, myriad of museums, and open meadows of picturesque Poland,” said Mumbai Airport in a Tweet.
It is worth noting that the Polish capital, Warsaw serves as LOT Polish Airlines’ worldwide hub, connecting it to several destinations in Europe and North America.
According to the airline, India is the world’s seventh-largest economy and the most important Polish commercial partner in South Asia.
Notably, in the midst of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, nations such as Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, and Moldova have assisted ‘Operation Ganga’ in evacuating Indian nationals from the war-torn country.