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LOT, The Polish flag carrier, is once again having their 6 hours of sale where tickets are up to 50% off the original price for a return flight. After the last two sales with amazing offers this weeks sale is a bit low profile.

As usual the flights are departing from Poland and the price includes fees and taxes and only thing that is really worth mentioning is the return flight from Warsaw to Istanbul that is available for 102 Euro.

Tickets needs to be booked before midnight CET travel dates are between 1st February and 17th March where a minimum stay is 3 days or a Sunday after departure that is required.

For more information and booking please visit  www.lot.pl

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Cheap flights to Thailand for 351 Euro is available to book when choosing a fork flight departing from either Gdansk or from Krakow in Poland to Bangkok and return to Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich or Berlin in Germany.

This is possible through the partnership between AirBerlin and Ethiad Airways. AirBerlin will fly you between Poland and Abu Dhabi where you will switch to Ethiad to Bangkok with the same proceedure on the way back.

The flights must be booked through German expedia and you have to put all the details in yourself using the airport codes to get the price meaning you have to book the flight legs individually in 4 steps.

One booking example that gives you the price of 351 Euro is
1) Gdansk (GDN) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) on 22nd May
2) Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Bangkok (BKK) on 23rd May
3) Bangkok (BKK) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) on 13th June
4) Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Berlin (TXL) on 14th June

For more information and booking please visit www.expedia.de

LOT kicks off the year with another crazy sale starting at 18:00 CET today.
After the huge sale of 100.000 tickets that went on between 27th and 29th December last year, one can wonder what this Wednesday crazy sale will provide in cheap tickets available.

The flights depart from Poland and the price includes fees and taxes with discounts up to 50% of the original prices. Maybe there are still some tickets left of the 100.000?

As soon as we have found more info we will post it but have a look at www.lot.pl

The Crazy Sale at the Polish national carrier LOT is in full effect and gives a really cheap tickets if you would like to visit either the capital Moscow or the large city of St Petersburg in Russia.

A return ticket departing from Warsaw in Poland to either Moscow or St Petersburg will cost you no more than 85 Euro if you are fast and book during the sale which is ongoing until tomorrow 28th December 23:59 CET.

As the sale is for tickets with travel dates until 30th June 2013, it makes a perfect opportunity to plan the early summer holidays with a longer stay in Russia and maybe even travel around the country.

For more information and booking please visit www.lot.pl

 

 

 

Just a small reminder that the Polish flag carrier LOT is going to have a huge christmas sale starting tomorrow on the 27th December when they are going to sell 100.000 cheap tickets with up to 50% off the normal price.

The flights are departing from Poland and the price are including the fees and taxes but this is going to be their biggest sale this year and is rumored to affect more than 30 of their routes.

Since the last weeks “Crazy Wednesday” sale was a big disappointment for the majority of people giving only 5 different options and not to any specific attractive destination, chances are that this sale starting tomorrow is going to bring some delayed christmas presents to low prices.

So make sure to have a look at www.lot.pl when the clock strikes midnight tonight.

The Polish flag carrier, LOT has already flagged for a huge christmas sale starting on the 27th December where they sell 100.000 tickets cheap and with up to 50% off the normal price.

As usual the flights are departing from Poland and the price includes fees and taxes but this sale is apparently gonna affect more than 30 of their routes according to Polish online sites where some rumors are circulating.

Since this weeks Crazy Wednesday sale was a big disappointment for a lot of people, chances are that this Christmas sale is gonna bring big packages to low prices.

As soon as we have found more info we will post it but have a look at www.lot.pl

Attribution: I, Piotr Hojka

Attribution: I, Piotr Hojka

The Hungarian low-cost carrier WizzAir has released a press statement directed to theri passangers flying to Warsaw the next coming weeks.

If you are one of them you should read this as it contains vital information

Dear Passengers, due to numerous recent operational difficulties at the Modlin Airport (WMI), Wizz Air has decided to move all the flights during the Christmas holiday period (from midnight today – December 17th – till January 6th 2013) back to Chopin Airport (WAW).

We hope to guarantee a more dependable service for our 55000 passengers travelling with us this Christmas.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS:

If you have already done your online check in, your boarding card is now invalid.

Please go through the process again. Airport check in will be free of charge, but expect long queues.