Tourism March 12, 2021 | 3:38 pm

Polish airline LOT resumes flights between Warsaw and the Dominican Republic



The president of the Civil Aviation Board ( JAC ), José Marte Piantini, reported that the Polish airline  LOT Polish, the fifth largest in the European Union, restarted its air operations from Warsaw to the Dominican Republic; which is projected to contribute 19,500 new tourists to the country in the next few days.

At the JAC plenary meeting, a program of 39 air operations from and to Poland was authorized in the charter flight modality. This activity reconnects the European country with Dominican territory through the airports of Puerto Plata and Punta Cana.

Flights with Poland had been discontinued in March last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic; Therefore, with the approval of air operations, the JAC promotes the reactivation of tourist activity with one of the most important European destinations for the country.

LOT Polish Airlines is one of the oldest airlines globally and a significant air operator serving 68 destinations in 36 countries, based in Warsaw, Poland.
At the JAC plenary meeting, a total of 628 new charter flights were approved, of which 183 correspond to passenger operations.

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