Airlines Flying to Poland



Air Canada is Canada’s largest full-service airline and the largest provider of scheduled passenger services for flights within Canada, between Canada and the U.S, and to every major international destination.

Jazz is not a typical airline. We have a commercial agreement with Air Canada that is the core of our business.

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airBaltic operates direct flights out of Baltic States capitals – Riga, Latvia, Vilnius, Lithuania and Tallinn, Estonia. The airBaltic fleet consists of 34 aircraft – 2 Boeing 757-200, 6 Boeing 737-500s, 8 Boeing 737-300, 10 Fokker-50s and 8 Bombardier Q400 NextGen.



airberlin is part of the global aviation alliance, “one world” leading international quality airlines. airberlin is Germany’s second largest airline. In European traffic overall airberlin became the sixth largest airline in Europe with the acquisition of the holiday airline LTU. airberlin has been a member of IATA (International Air Transport Association) since 1999, making it a scheduled airline.



Austria established the world’s first regular international air connection on 1 April 1918, when it opened its route between Vienna and Kiev. Initially, this served only to transport post. In July 1918, the line from Vienna to Budapest was also opened. When Austria regained sovereignty over its airspace in 1955 with the signature of the State Treaty, two separate carriers were founded, Air Austria and Austrian Airways. On 4 April 1957, the two companies merged to form Austrian Airlines and the company began to operate scheduled services on 31 March 1958.



Finnair is Finland’s largest airline and the flag carrier. Its main hub is at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. Finnair and its subsidiary companies dominate both the domestic and international air travel markets in Finland.



FREEBIRD AIRLINES is an airline based in Istanbul, Turkey. It operates holiday charter flights in Europe to and from Turkish holiday resorts. Its main base is Atatürk International Airport, Istanbul, with hubs at Antalya Airport and Dalaman Airport.


Iceland Express

Iceland’s low fare option connects the Icelandic capital of Reykjavík with 18 airports in Scandinavia, England, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Italy and Poland.



Lufthansa is the biggest german airline. Its main hub is Frankfurth at Main international airport. It is also Lufthansa’s main traffic junction. The second one is Munich airport.


Norwegian Air Shuttle AS

Norwegian Air Shuttle AS is a low-fare, point-to-point airline, flying from Norway to other European countries. Today Norwegian operates a total of 130 routes – 11 domestic and 119 international.



LOT is polish national airlines, which was established in 1929. LOT has one of the youngest and the most modern air fleet in Europe. PLL LOT is still the most popular airline for passengers flying to and from Poland.



Ryanair is an irish low-cost airline. It’s Europe’s largest low fares carrier, established in 1985. In the current year Ryanair will carry 52 million passengers on 730 low fare routes across 26 European countries.


SAS – Scandinavian Airlines

SAS is a multi-national airline for Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and the leading carrier in the Scandinavian countries.



Sky Airlines is an airline based in Antalya, Turkey. It is a charter airline operating services for its parent tour operator and other tour operators between Turkey, Europe, South America and the Middle East. The airline was established in 2000 and started operations in 2001. It is owned 100% by the Kayi Group.


Sun-Air of Scandinavina

Sun Air of Scandinavia is an airline based in Billund, Denmark. It is a regional scheduled airline operating a franchise service in British Airways colours. It also offers charter flights, air taxi services, specialist aerial work and aircraft brokerage. Its main base is Billund Airport.


SWISS – Swiss International Air Lines

SWISS is Switzerland’s national airline, and its 76-aircraft fleet serves 76 destinations (summer schedules) around the world from its Zurich hub and from Basel and Geneva international airports.


TAP Portugal

TAP Portugal, is the national airline of Portugal. Its head office is in at Portela Airport, Lisbon and has been a member of the Star Alliance since 14 March 2005, which was the same day as the company celebrated its 60th anniversary. TAP’s route network comprises of 77 destinations in 34 countries and operates about 2,000 weekly flights using a fleet of 55 Airbus aircraft and 16 other aircraft through a regional subsidiary carrier called Portugalia.



The plan to launch Wizz Air was only conceived in June 2003. Wizz Air is a low cost airline that focuses on innovation all along the way of the customer journey. Wizz Air currently offers flights on over 100 routes in Europe. The network is constantly being expanded and new destinations are being introduced.


Airlines Flying to Poland – Poland Travel Guide

Tatra Mountains in southern Poland