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American Airlines to fly to Kraków

09.08.2019 16:30
American Airlines, one of world’s largest airlines, is due to launch a connection from Chicago to Kraków in May 2020.
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The American company announced on Thursday that Poland’s Kraków will be one of five new routes scheduled to be launched next year.

Other flights include routes from the United States to Casablanca in Morocco, Israel’s Tel Aviv, Hungary’s capital city of Budapest and the capital of Czech Republic, Prague.

American Airlines has scheduled five flights per week from May 7 to October 23.

Poland’s Kraków airport is the country’s second largest airport in terms of passenger numbers. Last year over 6 million people flew in and out of Kraków, with the port recording a 16 percent growth compared to 2017.


Source: PAP