LOT and Turkish Airlines eye future joint venture

LOT Polish Airlines and Turkish Airlines deepen cooperation
LOT Polish Airlines and Turkish Airlines say they have agreed on “a major expansion of commercial ties”.
The final model of cooperation has yet not been decided, but the airlines have agreed to proceed towards future joint venture cooperation.
The two sides signed a letter of understanding, which “will initiate an enhanced cooperation between relevant Polish, Turkish and beyond markets and also deepen commercial cooperation on the existing ones”, they said in a statement.
Turkish and LOT have been codesharing on each other’s flights on the Istanbul-Warsaw route since 2000. The scope of the agreement was extended in 2014 with the inclusion of Turkish Airlines flights on the routes Istanbul-Amman, Istanbul-Cairo and Istanbul-Ankara, and LOT flights on the routes Vienna-Warsaw and Warsaw-Krakow.
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