LOT Polish Airlines 5 October unveiled its growth strategy 2024-2028 with ambitious plans to expand its aircraft fleet by around 50% from 75 to 110 units in 2028, increasing passenger numbers by around 70% from 10.3 to 16.9 million in 2028. The carrier will focus on enhancing passenger experience increasing service quality and  satisfaction through for example, new interior standards on wide-body aircraft and introducing Wi-Fi access on long-haul flights.

LOT Polish Airlines, CEO & President Michał Fijoł said “t’s who you travel with. After all, a good travel partner stands for safety, comfort and a guarantee of successful plans. For nearly 95 years LOT Polish Airlines has been just such a partner: reliable and important for successive generations of Poles. The strategy we have presented today is a promise for the decades to come. Global aviation is evolving before our eyes, and we will be one of the leaders of this evolution.”

The LOT Polish Airlines flight network will introduce nearly 20 new scheduled destinations, both medium and long-haul routes with a new Dublin  route identified on the presentation.

The carrier is also planning investments at airports: the Polonez Business Lounge in Warsaw will be remodelled and refreshed, and a business lounge will be launched in Chicago.

The carrier suspended Dublin route in 2022 having operated a number of Christmas services using Boeing 737 MAX aircraft . The carrier began Warsaw to Dublin route on 23 August 2020 after a 13 year absence.

Image Credit: Bonczek Jacek/LOT Polish Airlines

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