LOT Polish Airlines has announced its return to Florida for the northern winter. Starting December 10, 2021. This will mark the resumption of its operation between Warsaw (WAW) – Miami (MIA) with three weekly flights operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
- Warsaw – Miami LO29 WAW 12:05 – MIA 17:45 three weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
- Miami – Warsaw LO30 MIA 19:55 – WAW 11:50+1 three weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Dreamliner.
The Polish airline also plans to increase its frequencies to other U.S. destinations for the winter season. Schedule as follows:
- Warsaw (WAW) – New York (JFK) daily flights
- Warsaw (WAW) – Chicago O ‘Hare (ORD) six flights per week
- Warsaw (WAW) – Newark (EWR) three flights per week
- Krakow (KRK) – Chicago O ‘Hare (ORD) one flight a week
All flights will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
There are no dates yet for the resumption of operations at Los Angeles (LAX). The destinations announced for 2020 that could not start due to the pandemic restrictions, Washington (IAD) and San Francisco (SFO) are not available in the airline’s reservation systems either.
Long-haul operations from Budapest (BUD) to New York (JFK) and Chicago O’Hare (ORD) remain suspended as well.
In previous years, the United States placed Poland in the visa waiver program. Since this measure is in place, it has greatly benefited the airline, which has progressively increased its flights and fleet to meet the demand between the two nations. This growth was halted due to the current epidemiological situation.