Delhi, 12 September 2019
Polish National Airline LOT will be the first carrier from Central and Eastern Europe to connect India with so many European cities, connecting the home town airports of Star Alliance member carriers: LOT Polish Airlines and Air India. The new route launch features excellent onward connectivity via Warsaw
The forum saw the presence of 18 polish companies that came on the new dreamliner LOT airline participating in the forum for looking at business development between the two countries.
Delhi was chosen not without reason as the next LOT destination in Asia. After Singapore, India is the second-largest direct investment market in Asia for Polish businesses. For India, Poland is an important investment market i.e. in the IT sector and a gateway to all countries within the European Union. The new LOT flight is a key element in strengthening economic ties and developing business relations between the two countries. Poland is one of the best performing European economies, the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. Since its transformation in the early 1990s, it is on the path of continuous and dynamic growth. Poland was the only European country that avoided recession during GFC. With a population of 38.5 million citizens, Poland is very well known for its hospitality, developed infrastructure, as well as safety and security.
The Warsaw to Delhi route launch is part of the profitable growth strategy, which LOT Polish Airlines has been implementing since early 2016. As a result over three years, LOT has become the fastest-growing airline in Europe, doubled its fleet size and having launched over 70 new routes worldwide. By the end of 2019, additional B787 Dreamliner will join the fleet, increasing the total number of LOT wide-body aircraft to 15.
In 2018, LOT carried more than 8.9 million passengers aboard its flights, an increase of 2 million versus 2017. For 2019, it plans to welcome 10 million guests. LOT Polish Airlines is a fully integrated member of the Miles & More frequent flyer program and a member of Star Alliance since 2003.
More details and participant companies from Poland can be found by clicking here.