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MIAMI: June 03, 2019. LOT Polish Airlines has begun a four times weekly B787-8 service between Warsaw Chopin Airport and Miami. The flight is the only nonstop route between Florida and Eastern Europe and the airport’s first-ever service to Poland.

LOT arrives in MIA“LOT Polish Airlines is an exciting addition to MIA’s growing roster of international carriers,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez. “This new connection to Eastern Europe will go a long way toward expanding MIA’s role as a true global gateway.”

The airline's  hub operation at Warsaw provides more than 350 daily flights to 111 destinations worldwide, as well as extensive connections throughout Central and Eastern Europe.

Not only that, this year saw it celebrate its 90th anniversary, marking it out as one of the world’s oldest carriers. For cargo and mail director Michal Grochowski, it seems the last 90 years are just the start with the airline ambitious over what route it travels down next. As Grochowski says, cargo will not be left behind, what with it having been “part of the business since the beginning”.

See more of the interview in the May issue of Freightweek magazine: https://www.freightweek.org/index.php/en/single-book/issue-5-2019

Pictured: representatives from LOT, Polish NBA player Marcin Gortat and MIA Chief of Marketing Ernesto Rodriguez welcoming LOT to Miami.

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