Talks were about Bangkok for a long time. But finally, it will be Singapore which will next be linked to Warsaw by LOT Polish Airlines. The national carrier of Poland will launch the brand new route from May 15, 2018. It will be the first time that Singapore will be linked to Warsaw. Flights are now on sale through all channels of online booking and all reservation systems.
Singapore will be connected to Warsaw three times a week in May and June 2018, then by four flights a week onwards.
This new flight is in addition to the four existing destinations served by LOT Polish Airlines in Asia: Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo and Astana. It will be the 20th route opened by LOT between 2017 and 2018 and the first destination in Southeast Asia.
Connections will be ideal from the rest of Europe to Warsaw with one to two hours waiting time on average at Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport.
The flight will be operated with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner offering three classes of service (Business, Premium Economy, Economy) with a total capacity of 252 seats. The carrier will continue also to offer charter flights between Warsaw and Bangkok.