We can fly to Milan directly from Jasionka!
From October 4th LOT Polish Airlines launch a direct line on the Rzeszów-Milan-Rzeszów route! The Embraer planes of the national air carrier will fly on this route on Saturdays.
The CEO of Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport Adam Hamryszczak says: - Milan is the second Italian destination in the offer of our airport. It is a very desirable connection, that’s why I am convinced that LOT planes will be full of passengers. It is a great offer for tourists who would like to visit the capital of world fashion and numerous monuments, such as Duomo Cathedral, St Marie Church and Sforza’s Castle. It is also a much-awaited destination for business, cooperating with companies from Lombardy, as well as for football fans, as AC Milan and Inter have many loyal fans in Poland.
The first LOT plane will take off to the Lombardy capital from Rzeszów on 4 November. It will depart from Jasionka at 4.50 p.m. and land at its destination at 7.05 p.m. It will also depart from Milan-Malpensa Airport on Saturday and return to Jasionka at 7.45 p.m., exactly two hours later. Tickets, which start from PLN 349, are now available on lot.com.
Milan is not only the financial capital of Italy or the city of fashion. It is also a great place for a winter ski trip. Montecampione or Champoluc in the Aosta Valley may be less known to the Poles, but they are definitely worth visiting. This link is a part of the announced strategy to strengthen the position of LOT Polish Airlines at regional airports - adds Krzysztof Moczulski, spokesman for LOT Polish Airlines.
The ceremonial announcement of the new direction was attended by: Parliament Member Krzysztof Sobolewski and vice-marshal of the voivodeship Ewa Draus. During the conference, there was also a fashion show by Basia Olearka, a collection she has presented in Milan recently.
In the winter season, LOT will also increase the number of operations to Warsaw, ensuring additional flights on Friday mornings and Sunday evenings. In addition, Wizz Air will fly twice a week to Rome, and Ryanair maintains routes to London Stansted and Luton, Manchester, Bristol, East Midlands, and Dublin. Additionally, charter flights to Egyptian resorts are planned.
Photo: Łukasz Ożóg/Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport