PHOTO: Mark Harkin.

MIAMI — LOT Polish Airlines has started services between Rzeszow and Tel Aviv. The flight will be operated by a Boeing 737-800.

Likewise, it will operate inbound from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) on Saturday evenings, with the outbound leg from Rzeszów–Jasionka Airport (RZE), which will serve on Sunday mornings.

PHOTO: Mark Harkin.

This addition makes LOT Polish Airlines offer 21 weekly flights to Tel Aviv from six different airports in Poland.

LOT Polish Airlines operates a network composed of 90 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia. Most of them depart from its main hub, located at Warsaw Chopin Airport.

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Moreover, the airline’s nonstop long-haul flights include New York City, Newark, Chicago, and Los Angeles, in the U.S.; Toronto, Canada; Seoul, South Korea; Singapore; Beijing, China; and Tokyo, Japan.

Back in early December 2017, it received its first of six 737 MAX 8; the first of the type in the central and eastern European market. Currently, two 737 MAX 8 are in service.

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As of today, the Warsaw-based carrier manages a fleet of 58 aircraft, consisting of three Boeing 737-400, six 737-800, two 737 MAX 8, eight 787-8, five Bombardier CRJ900, 10 Bombardier Q400, six Embraer 170, 12 E175, and six E195.

Furthermore, it’s expecting to take delivery of four Boeing 787-9s this month; additional four Boeing 737 MAX 8, until 2020; and six Embraer E195, in April 2018.