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LOT Polish Airlines is offering discounts on flights to major European cities departing from Oct. 18, 2016, to March 31, 2017. The promotion runs through Sept. 30. [LOT Polish Airlines]

LOT Polish Airlines is celebrating the launch of its direct flight from Incheon to Warsaw with a promotion on flights to major cities in Europe.

For a limited time — only until Sept. 30 — special prices will be offered on flights departing from Oct. 18, 2016, to March 31, 2017. The lowest total prices for round-trip flights to major cities in Europe include 647,000 won ($580) to Prague, 697,700 won to Vienna, 666,400 won to Paris and 649,100 won to Amsterdam (prices may vary depending on exchange rates).

The discounted tickets are available through the airline’s Korean website (www.lot.com/kr/ko), Korean general sales agent (02-3788-0270) and travel agencies.

LOT Polish Airlines plans to run nonstop flights between Incheon and Warsaw starting Oct. 18. The latest Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft will fly three days a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

LOT Polish Airlines is the first airline established to operate in Central and Eastern Europe. By taking the direct flight to Warsaw, travelers can also take the shortest connecting flights to various European cities. The minimum connection time at Warsaw Chopin Airport is 30 minutes for short-distance flights and 40 minutes for long-distance flights.

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