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Following the launch of the new services, LOT operates a total of nine connections to North America, including eight to the US Following the launch of the new services, LOT operates a total of nine connections to North America, including eight to the US

LOT Links Budapest to New York and Chicago

LOT Polish Airlines has introduced non-stop long-haul connection between Budapest, Hungary and New York and Chicago.

Flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport are served on Boeing B787 Dreamliners four times a week, Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, when aircraft depart from Budapest Airport at 11:55. The non-stop flight takes nine hours and 45 minutes. Flights depart New York for Budapest at 18:15 (all times local).

Flights to Chicago’s O'Hare International Airport operate twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 11:35, with a total travel time of 10 hours 15 minutes. Flights depart Chicago for Budapest at 16:35 (all times local).

Rafal Milczarski, CEO, LOT, revealed, “Our decision to launch non-stop flights shows how much we believe in Hungary as one of the key markets in Central and Eastern Europe for LOT.

“We aim to win the hearts of passengers from Hungary and the surrounding countries with the best product on the market, which the non-stop flights definitely are.

For LOT it is also a completely new chapter in its history. For the first time in its 90-year history LOT is launching a connection to North America from outside Poland.”