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Polish air carrier LOT reports modest recovery

19.09.2021 13:59
LOT Polish Airlines – the national carrier – has reported it carried more than 340,000 passengers over the summer season, an increase of 20,000 compared to the same period last year.
LOT Polish Airlines, Boeing 787-8, Toronto, Canada.
LOT Polish Airlines, Boeing 787-8, Toronto, Canada.Photo: BriYYZ from Toronto, Canada, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

The company said it operated some 3,000 routes, including between Poland and popular holiday resorts in Italy, Greece, Croatia and Albania.

The numbers show signs of a modest recovery in the aviation sector that has been among the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Polish company also announced that from the beginning of the year until the end of August, it carried around two million passengers.


Source: PAP