Alex Cardona

LOT Polish Airlines will be operating a bi-weekly scheduled service to the Polish capital, Warsaw, during summer, the Malta International Airport announced today.

MIA’s Head of Traffic, Alex Cardona, commented on the new flight service, saying “Given that Poland has been one of our top Central European destinations in recent years, it is of great satisfaction to launch a direct route to the capital served by Poland’s very own flag carrier.”

“Following a brief operation last year, we are delighted with LOT Polish Airlines’ decision to return to our islands with a more regular operation, at a time when we are working to restore connectivity lost due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Mr Cardona.

Malta International Airport

Poland’s ranking among the airport’s top drivers of traffic has steadily improved over the past years, with the number of passengers travelling to and from Poland increasing more than twofold between 2015 and 2019.

LOT Polish will be offering direct flights to Warsaw on Mondays and Thursdays. Information about the country’s travel requirements may be found here.

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