This week, it has been revealed that LOT Polish Airlines and jetBlue will begin codesharing, expanding on their existing interline agreement.
This article will cover the details surrounding the extension of LOT’s and jetBlue’s extended cooperation.
LOT & JetBlue Extends Cooperation
Starting as early as this coming winter season, LOT, the Polish flag carrier, and jetBlue will be extending on their existing interline agreement with the beginning of a new codeshare between the two carriers.
This new codeshare will open up a new host of options for both of the carriers’ passengers, whereby they’ll be able to travel an entire route on one single ticket.
By codesharing, passengers will be able to fly between Poland and many highly popular U.S. destinations such as Boston, Orlando, Detroit, Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Washington D.C. utilising both carriers’ route networks.
LOT uses a fleet of eight Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners and seven Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners on its long-haul route network, and jetBlue uses a vast mixture of Airbus A220s, Airbus A320s, Airbus A321s, Airbus A321neos, Airbus A321LRs, and Embraer ERJ-190s across its route network.
Director of LOT Polish Airlines’ Network Department, Robert Ludera, has commented on their extended agreement with jetBlue, saying, “We are delighted to announce a codeshare agreement with jetBlue. This partnership means that LOT Polish Airlines is broadening the range of travel options for its customers between Poland and the US, using jetBlue’s extensive route network.”
“On the other hand, we will welcome our partner’s customers on LOT flights and directions in our flight network, offering them links to both Poland and destinations in Central and Eastern Europe.”
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