Polish carrier LOT Polish will discontinue flights on 12 routes from late October 2013 as part of its restructuring efforts.
The routes marked for discontinuation on October 27 are between Warsaw and Dusseldorf, Zurich, Beirut, Cairo, Helsinki, Nice, Rome and Stuttgart, and the Krakow-Frankfurt, Poznan-Munich and Katowice-Munich routes.
Flights on the Warsaw-Bydgoszcz route will be discontinued on December 1.
The loss-making Polish airline plans to reduce its fleet by nearly half to regain profitability. It has also received an emergency loan from the Polish government to continue its operations.
LOT will continue servicing its many popular routes including flights to Warsaw from Chicago, New York and Toronto.