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16. Nov 2018
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Code-share agreement LOT and Air Serbia

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Warsaw. LOT and Air Serbia enhance their relations by signing codeshare agreement on flights between Warsaw and Belgrade. Thanks to this cooperation, passengers can also take advantage of seamless travel with LOT ticket from Warsaw to Abu Dhabi, Podgorica and Tivat. These destinations are now available with one ticket only via all LOT distribution channels.


Both airlines agreed to use a mutual code on all flights between Warsaw and Belgrade. Agreement has been signed in Miami during IATA Annual General Meeting by LOT’s CEO Sebastian Mikosz and Dane Kondic, CEO of Air Serbia.

According to the agreement, besides flights to Belgrade, LOT puts its code and flight numbers to Air Serbia operated flights to Abu Dhabi, Podgorica and Tivat. In turn, Air Serbia adds its code to LOT flights to Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga.

“We are very happy, that together with Air Serbia we are now able to offer our passengers new exciting destinations and extend even more travel opportunities. Passengers travelling from Warsaw gain the possibility to reach the capital city of UAE, and two major cities in Montenegro. On the other hand we are constantly enhancing our connectivity via Warsaw. Air Serbia passengers will now be able to take advantage of LOT’s convenient hub on their way to Vilnius, Tallinn and Riga” – says Sebastian Mikosz, LOT’s CEO.

"Codeshare agreements are an important pillar of our strategy to continuously offer our guests greater choice and flexibility to key destinations, and our commercial partnership with LOT is a crucial step in further enhancing our footprint in Northern Europe via Warsaw. We are now able to boost our business and leisure travel offering between Serbia and the Baltic States and onwards to other endpoints throughout this strategically important European region. We are equally pleased to welcome our guests from Poland and to provide them with a convenient gateway to the Balkans, the Middle East and beyond, through our hub in Belgrade" – says Dane Kondić, Air Serbia's CEO.

Code-share between LOT and Air Serbia means tangible benefits for passengers, such as one ticket issuer, possibility to check-in luggage to the final destination and reprotection in case of any schedule disruption.

 

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