LOT Polish Airlines resumes Singapore service from May 2018

LOT Polish Airlines yesterday announced planned Warsaw – Singapore service, which sees the airline returns to Singapore market after 23 years of cancellation. From 15MAY18, Boeing 787-8 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week initially, 4 weekly from 02JUL18, subject to Government Approval.

LO067 WAW2300 – 1715+1SIN 788 246
LO068 SIN0005 – 0615WAW 788 146

Service operates Day x357 from WAW, Day x257 from SIN from 02JUL18.

The Star Alliance member previously served Singapore from 1988 to 1995, according to data from the OAG. Initially from October 1988, Ilyushin IL62 served Warsaw – Tashkent – Bangkok – Singapore, later eliminated Bangkok stop from May 1989. Sharjah become the intermediate stop, replacing Tashkent from July to October 1991. Boeing 767 service introduced from October 1991 with Warsaw – Delhi – Singapore routing, later switched to Warsaw – Bangkok – Singapore from October 1992, until last flight in March 1995.

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