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From Warsaw Chopin Airport to Rome Fiumicino, many Polish carriers will operate flights.

Starting on October 30, 2023, LOT Polish Airlines, a member of Star Alliance, will start flying from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Rome Fiumicino. Passengers from India can take LOT Polish Airlines flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Warsaw, where they can comfortably carry on to their next destination in Rome after a brief layover.

The new daily flights link Rome Fiumicino (FCO) and Warsaw Chopin Airport. For instance, travellers from Mumbai (on Sundays and Wednesdays) and Delhi (on Fridays) can easily connect in Warsaw:

travelling on Sundays and Wednesdays from Mumbai to Rome

Arrival in Rome at 18:40 local time after leaving Mumbai at 8:40; total travel time is 14:30, including a 3:20 stopover in Warsaw.

travelling on Fridays from Delhi to Rome

Arrival in Rome at 18:40 local time after leaving Delhi at 7:00 am; total trip time of 16:10 hours, including a 4-hour stopover in Warsaw.

The other days of the week, LOT Polish Airlines departs Warsaw at 7:15 and lands in Rome at 9:25 local time, making it the perfect option for travellers who need to stop in Poland. The latest, most fuel-efficient Boeing 737MAX8 aircraft are used to fly all flights. The 186 seats aboard LOT Boeing 737MAX8 aircraft are divided into two cabins (LOT Business Class and LOT Economy Class), with complimentary on-board service available in Economy Class. The Boeing 737MAX8 cabin uses the Boeing Sky Interior concept, which includes ergonomic seating, eye-friendly lighting, and roomy overhead bins.

Director of India, DACH markets, and Italy as well as Head of Global Corporate and Strategic Sales at LOT Polish Airlines, Amit Ray, says, “We are excited to introduce the new service from Warsaw to Rome to our global network and to provide our clients from India with a wholly new Star Alliance travel option with us. Rome has always been a top tourist destination, which was necessary because of the tight business ties between Italy and India.

Source- Travel daily

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