The FINANCIAL — LOT has extended the code-share contract with Japanese airline ANA. As a result, as of 1 December LOT’s passengers can fly, with a layover in Tokyo, to three additional cities in Japan: Sapporo, Sendai, and Fukuoka.
LOT Polish Airlines and All Nippon Airways decided to extend their commercial co-operation with three additional cities in Japan. This means that apart from the capital of Japan, LOT’s passengers travelling from any city in Europe can travel directly from Warsaw to Tokyo to reach major Japanese business centres as well. Flights within the area of Tokyo will be conducted by ANA, according to LOT.
“We and our Star Alliance partner, are happy to extend the amount of available directions for our passengers. At present, LOT’s connection to the capital of Japan, i.e. Tokyo, is the most convenient one among many cities in Europe. However, we know that a number of passengers need to fly to further destinations in Japan. As of today, you can reach Sapporo, Sendai, and Fukuoka using just one ticket of LOT Polish Airlines” – says Adrian Kubicki, LOT’s Corporate Communications Director.
Before this date, the code-share contract between LOT and ANA provided for LOT’s flights to the selected cities in Europe and subsequent flights conducted by ANA to Japan. From the very beginning, the passengers of both airlines could collect and use their flight miles. Thanks to the extended co-operation, passengers have an even greater choice of flights and access to a wide variety of connections from both airlines.