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By December 21, 2012 No Comments

Nancy Vaughan
Vaughan Communications
(602) 912-9126


NEW YORK,CHICAGO, Dec. 21, 2012—Just in time for the holidays, LOT Polish Airlines has announced a two day Crazy sale on its fares to Warsaw from New York City (JFK), Chicago and Toronto as well as Crazy fares within Europe.  The Crazy Days sale is scheduled on Dec. 27 and Dec. 28 for travel Jan. 1 through Mar. 30, 2013.

From New York City to Warsaw, the roundtrip economy fare including taxes and fees is $686, a savings of more than 50 percent off the lowest fare available.  From Chicago to Warsaw, the fare is $726 (includes taxes and fees) and is a savings of 47 percent.  Toronto to Warsaw is $718 Canadian (includes taxes and fees) and represents a 27 percent discount.  The add-on fares beyond Warsaw to European destinations are also a big savings of nearly 50 percent.

These sale fares are non-refundable and non-changeable and require a minimum stay of three days or a Saturday overnight.  Travelers can purchase their LOT ticket via LOT reservations, their travel professional, online travel sites and

LOT is inaugurating Dreamliner service on its transatlantic flights to Warsaw beginning Jan. 16 from Chicago, Feb. 1 from Toronto and Feb. 3 from New York City (JFK).

As a member of Star Alliance, LOT Polish Airlines passengers can earn and redeem miles on any Star Alliance member’s frequent flyer program when flying LOT.

About LOT Polish Airlines

LOT Polish Airlines has been connecting Poland with the rest of the world since 1929.  Today, LOT’s fleet of 39 aircraft serves over 50 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.  Its network is further enhanced by its membership in Star Alliance since 2003, in which the 27 member airlines serve 1,329 airports in 194 countries across the globe. Star Alliance since 2003, countries across the globe. As an award winning airline; consistently recognized by Business Traveller Magazine and Global Traveler Magazine, LOT is in a position to continue its growth and reputation as a European carrier with a global network.

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