LOTLOT, a Polish Airline, is offering travelers from Chicago or New York City a chance to travel to Poland with “Crazy Fares”. A round-trip ticket on their new Dreamliner aircraft will cost $699 flying from Chicago or NYC to Krakow or Gdansk and $739 when flying from Chicago or NYC to Warsaw. Other discount fares include trips from Chicago or NYC to Wroclaw, Poznan, Katowice or Rzeszow for $835 or $815 respectively.

The fees above include tax and extra fees. They must be booked and ticketed within 24 hours of the reservation, and be made for travel October 1, 2013 through March 31, 2014. The sales are non-refundable and non-changeable. In addition, travelers are required to stay a minimum of three days and Sunday overnight.

LOT is part of Star Alliance carriers’ program, so customers flying with them receive frequent flier mileage with anyone in that program, including Miles & More, United Mileage Plus, US Airways Dividend Miles, and more.

To book their “Crazy Fares”, customers are encouraged to contact a travel agent or call LOT directly at (212) 789-0970. Information and booking may also ne found at www.LOT.com.

Johnny Jet

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