Lublin Airport gets six routes to new destinations: Munich, Tel Aviv, Kiev, Barcelona, Liverpool, Heraklion. Two brand new airlines will appear in our airport – LOT Polish Airlines and BMI Regional. It means that in the peak of the season, there will be 42 flights every week with seats offered above 355 500.
As of 27th of March 2017, service on route to Munich will be operated by BMI Regional. With this connection, passengers can travel from Lublin via Munich, a huge Star Alliance Hub, to almost every part of Europe and other parts of the world.
Small Planet airlines will offer flights to sunny Barcelona, Heraklion and Burgas. Flights to Barcelona starts on 1st of May. Heraklion and Burgas flights start on 14th of June and 19th of June accordingly. From 21.05, Liverpool will appear on the destinations’ map – flights will be performed by Wizz Air twice a week. From 19th of June, LOT Polish Airlines will operate twice a week to Tel Aviv. Wizz Air will connect Lublin with Ukrainian capital – Kiev twice a week, starting from 25th of August.
In the summer season, Ryanair will restore flights to Dublin, twice a week. Ryanair will also increase the number of flights from Lublin to its second destination– there will be 4 flights to London (STN) every week. Another airline – Wizz Air, will increase the number of flights to Oslo (Torp) and Doncaster (Sheffield) from two to three every week during summer season peak.