LOT Polish Airlines passengers can now access more than 100 JetBlue destinations

  • LOT Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner SP-LSF

    LOT Polish Airlines

    IATA/ICAO code:

    Airline type:
    Full service carrier

    Warsaw Chopin Airport

    Foundation year:

    star alliance

    Rafal Milczarski


  • JetBlue Airways Airbus A321-200

    jet blue

    IATA/ICAO code:

    Boston Logan International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, New York JFK Airport, Orlando International Airport

    Foundation year:

    robin hayes


LOT Polish Airlines has announced that it has signed an interline agreement with the American airline JetBlue. This will provide LOT passengers with convenient access to JetBlue’s extensive network. Passengers traveling from Poland can now book a flight to any of JetBlue’s destinations through the LOT website, allowing them to have all connecting flights on one ticket despite the transition between airlines.

Beneficial deal

The agreement will help LOT by allowing it to offer more than 100 additional destinations to its customers. JetBlue will benefit from this as LOT will help fill its planes with additional passengers. JetBlue will also help fill LOT seats on flights from the US to Europe. LOT has shared its enthusiasm to work with JetBlue on this agreement. He believes the additional routes will reward his existing customers and attract new ones.


The agreement will benefit the passengers of both airlines as it will expand their available destinations. Photo: LOT Polish Airlines

LOT Polish Airlines Commercial Director Michal Fijol shared the company’s aspiration and enthusiasm for this partnership. fixed said,

“We are excited about this new interline agreement with JetBlue Airways as it allows us to offer our passengers many more flight options in North America.

“They can book tickets to their final destination, they also only need one ticket, and of course they can check their luggage to their final destination.”

Fijol went on to share that the deal will benefit business and leisure travelers alike. Fixed stated,

“We have been flying from Warsaw to the United States for 50 years and we see continuously high demand from Poland, as well as many other European countries and now even India for these services. In addition to tourists, many business travelers book our flights. to the United States, as well as a large number of people who want to visit their relatives or friends on the other side of the Atlantic”.

Additional destinations

LOT has been flying to the US for decades, serving some of its largest cities. It currently operates 35 flights a week to the US, all of which are flown from the company’s global hub at Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) in its prized Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The US cities served are Chicago, Miami, New York and Los Angeles. Through the JetBlue network, passengers will have access to dozens of additional cities in the US.

JetBlue offers MANY passengers more than 100 destinations in North America. Photo: Denver International Airport

Of all the destinations JetBlue offers, LOT expects its passengers to primarily take advantage of flights to Las Vegas, Boston, Orlando, San Francisco and Seattle. JetBlue also offers flights to the Caribbean, of which LOT anticipates flights to the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico to be fan favorites.

LOT previously operated flights to the US from its hub in Budapest, Hungary. However, it has not operated any of these flights since the pandemic began. It recently announced plans to reopen all previously serviced routes between the US and Hungary beginning in the summer of 2023. These flights will also be part of the interline agreement, allowing even more LOT passengers to take advantage of additional LOT destinations. North America.

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