KISSaLOT—LOT POLISH AIRLINES HANGS MISTLETOE IN THE HIGHEST PLACE IN THE WORLD
WARSAW, Dec. 22, 2014—LOT Polish Airlines has kicked off the Christmas holidays with KISSaLOT. Mistletoe twigs have been hung in each of LOT’s aircraft–the highest place in the world–through Jan. 6, 2015. It’s the airline’s way of bringing people together.
The tradition of kissing under the mistletoe has only recently come to Poland, though it’s been known by its ancestors for centuries. Suspended from the ceiling or over the door, mistletoe is supposed to bring love, harmony and happiness in the coming year to its inhabitants. According to tradition, feuds and disputes cease under the mistletoe; friendships are more durable and people who meet there are allowed to kiss.
LOT brings people closer—especially at Christmas—when people visit love ones to spend the holidays together. LOT is going further this year and wants to bring all people together, not just its passengers and their families, which is why the mistletoe was hung as high as possible in the sky on its planes. LOT has built a dedicated website for this purpose–http://www.kissalot.pl./—where anyone can check which city LOT is flying over at any given moment. This way, one can plan ahead to meet a loved one to get a Christmas kiss. One no longer has to look for mistletoe, because there will always be a LOT aircraft somewhere in the sky with mistletoe on board.
LOT operates flights this winter season to more than 40 cities around the world, including New York, Chicago, Toronto, Beijing, and charter destinations such as Cancun, Bangkok, Colombo, Krabi, Ho Chi Minh City, La Romana, Santa Clara, Varadero, Durban and to Zanzibar.
About LOT Polish Airlines
LOT Polish Airlines, as one of the oldest airlines in the world, has been connecting Poland with the rest of the world since 1929. LOT flies to nearly 60 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North America and Asia. LOT is a member of Star Alliance whose network currently offers more than 21,900 daily flights to 1,328 airports in 195 countries. Since 2013, LOT – as the first airline in Europe – has had 5 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in its long haul fleet. For more information, visit www.lot.com.
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