From the next summer season, i.e. from March 25th, 2018 direct flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport to Oslo, operated by PLL LOT will be launched. Aircraft of the Polish national carrier will fly between the capitals of Poland and Norway 13 times a week.
Flights will be made twice a day: in the morning and in the afternoon except Saturdays. On Saturdays flights are planned once a day, in the morning.
Airplanes from Warsaw will take off at 8:00 AM (daily) and 4:50 PM (except Saturdays). Return flights are scheduled at 10:40 AM (daily) and 7.40 PM (except Saturday). The flight time is 2 hours.
Flights on the Warsaw-Oslo route will be operated by Embraer 195 aircraft. The connection has been matched to LOT’s connection grid so that the transfer time at Warsaw Chopin Airport is not long.
“We are delighted that the Polish national carrier opens another connection from Warsaw Chopin Airport,” says Hubert Wojciechowski, director of the Chopin Airport PR and Marketing Bureau. “We are convinced that it will be very popular with people traveling to and from Poland as well as passengers who treat our airport as a hub.”
Tickets for the Warsaw-Oslo route are now available. On the route to Oslo currently fly the aircraft of Norwegian (to OSL) and Wizzair (Oslo Torp – TRF).
Photo © Dariusz Kłosiński
Source: Warsaw Chopin Airport