Published on : Saturday, December 21, 2013
The flights, operated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will be operated by one of the airline’s Bombardier Q400 78-seat aircraft.
Eurolot is currently launching a major flight network development, announcing a total of 10 new routes this week out of its operating bases in Gdansk, Krakow and Wroclaw.
“Hamburg is an important destination for the Gdansk region, taking into account the strong business and cultural links between the two cities. This new route is another step in the development of Eurolot network, linking the Polish regional airports with the most significant destinations in EU countries”, says Mateusz Kokosinski, Eurolot commercial manager.
To celebrate the lauch of new routes Eurolot has preapred a special price offer, with roundtrip fares starting from 109 EUR (round-trip), available until Jan 06th, 2014. All Eurolot fares have a child and infant discount (33% and 90% off the fare price, respectively) as well as one piece of registered luggage included in the ticket price. Business passengers can use a variety of multi-ticket products as well as the flexible Premium fare.
Eurolot flights are available on the carrier’s and all IATA travel agents. The airline is a member of BSP Germany and a participant in the major GDS systems – Amadeus, Galileo and Worldspan.
Eurolot is a modern and rapidly developing regional airline. Established in 1996, it used to operate flights for LOT Polish Airlines and since July 2011 introduced an independent flight network, sold under its own carrier code, first on the domestic market – between regional airports in Poland and since 2012 also starting international routes. Currently, Eurolot offers direct flights from various Polish airports to Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland and also seasonally to Austria, Croatia and Slovakia. All flights are operated with a fleet of brand new 11 Bombardier Q400 aircraft, delivered in 2012 and 2013.
Source:- Hamburg Airport
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