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LOT Polish Airlines Adds 3 New Routes to Greece

LOT Polish Airlines is adding three new routes to its flight schedule to Greece this summer, offering new connections to Thessaloniki, Heraklion and Rhodes from Poland, the Greek Tourism Ministry said on Friday.

The announcement follows an agreement made between Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis and representatives of LOT that sees the carrier expanding its flight schedule to Greece for 2021.

The Warsaw-based Star Alliance airline this summer will connect Poznan with Thessaloniki; Katowice with Heraklion (Crete); and Gdansk with Rhodes.

“These are routes that will be added to LOT’s expanded program for Greece, which is more enhanced than that of 2019,” Theoharis said, underlining that the agreement with the airline will contribute to boosting tourist arrivals to Greece this summer.

LOT’s 2021 network of direct flights to Greece

This year LOT will offer direct flights from six Polish airports to a number of Greek destinations.

More specifically, the airline will connect:

Katowice with Athens, Thessaloniki, Corfu, Preveza, Kalamata, Samos, Rhodes and Heraklion (new)
Warsaw with Athens, Thessaloniki, Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Kalamata, Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Chania and Heraklion
Poznan with Thessaloniki (new), Corfu and Kefalonia
Gdansk with Rhodes (new)
Wroclaw with Kos
Krakow with Corfu and Rhodes

The agreement with LOT was made during the Greek minister’s recent visit to Poland ahead of Greece’s official opening to tourists on May 14 with no quarantine requirement for vaccinated travelers or those with a negative PCR test.

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