LOT Polish has confirmed details of its new route between Warsaw and Seoul, which will launch this October.
The carrier announced plans to fly between the two cities in June 2015, and has now confirmed the launch date and flight schedules.
Starting October 17 flight LO097 will depart Warsaw on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 1440, arriving into Seoul Incheon at 0815 the following day. The return leg LO098 will leave Seoul at 1005, landing back into Poland at 1550.
From the start of the winter season on October 30 the flight times will change slightly, with a 0920 arrival into Seoul, and 1050 departure from Incheon airport, arriving back into Warsaw at 1525.
Flights will be operated by the carrier’s B787 Dreamliner aircraft. LOT is the first Central and Eastern European carrier to serve South Korea with direct, non-stop flights.