LOT Polish Airlines launched the connection from Warsaw to Colombo, Sri Lanka, in November 2019, several months before the outbreak of the pandemic.  And due to pandemic it stopped flying. LOT announced that it resumes Warsaw-Colombo route from 29 March 2021.

“We are seeing increased interest from passengers and travel agencies in holiday destinations. This confirms our predictions that tourist traffic will recover the fastest. We are working on announcing and launching new holiday connections in the coming weeks. The final shape of the connection network in the summer season will also depend on the epidemic situation in individual countries” – said LOT spokesman Krzysztof Moczulski.

This year, during the ongoing crisis, we are focusing on directions where the demand is greatest and the epidemic and regulatory situation is relatively stable – added Moczulski. LOT is to inform about the dates of restoration of the remaining connections and their size of operation as soon as the final decisions on this matter are made. Passengers are to be informed in advance of any changes. In turn, for travelers of canceled flights, the company offers, among other things, the choice of a new flight date, exchange of the ticket value for a voucher, as well as requesting a refund. LOT also extended the validity of all LOT vouchers, including documents issued between March and October last year, to 24 months.

LOT is to inform about the dates of restoration of the remaining connections and their size of operation as soon as the final decisions on this matter are made. Passengers are to be informed in advance of any changes. In turn, for travelers of canceled flights, the company offers, among other things, the choice of a new flight date, exchange of the ticket value for a voucher, as well as requesting a refund. LOT also extended the validity of all LOT vouchers, including documents issued between March and October last year, to 24 months.

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