The Star Alliance airlines are doing a pretty good job of posting attractive Business Class fares for travel from Europe right now and I've just noticed another good fare that's available for travel between Prague and Beijing.
LOT Polish has been slowly growing its network of flights to/from the US for a while and now the airline has announced plans to add Miami to the list of cities that it serves. LOT has offered flights from Warsaw to New York (JFK & Newark) and Chicago for a number of years (both cities are home to large Polish populations), Chicago got LOT service from Krakow in July 2017 and, also in 2017, the airline started offering a non-stop service between Warsaw and LAX.
Following on from the good Singapore Airlines Business Class fare between Europe and Singapore (which I wrote about yesterday) Star Alliance, in the form of LOT Polish Airlines, has another very good ex-Stockholm fare on offer right now - this time it's to Beijing.
One of the airlines that has recently been at the centre of adding new routes (and therefore capacity) between Europe and the US, LOT Polish Airlines, has announced that it will be adding a new non-stop service between Kraków and Chicago from July 2017.
LOT Polish Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance and, as of yesterday, the airline opened up reservations on its new route between Warsaw and Los Angeles which is scheduled to start in Spring 2017. The route will be operated by LOT's new 787-8 Dreamliners and will be the first direct service between Central Europe (a.k.a Eastern Europe of old) and the US West Coast.
A couple of days ago I posted a good Upper Class (Business Class) fare on Virgin Atlantic for travel between New York JFK and Paris CDG but it would appear that LOT (the Polish airline that's part of the Star Alliance) is offering an even better fare.
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