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LOT Polish airlines charter flights on Thursday 28 May

Commercial international air travel to and from Poland remains suspended until at least 23 May.

However, LOT Polish airlines is operating a charter flight leaving Warsaw Chopin Airport for Dublin Airport on Thursday 28 May at 10:00. Potential passengers who would like to request the Embassy of Ireland transmit their details to LOT in order to register interest in this flight should please send the following details to by 16:00 on Friday 22 May.

  • Full name
  • Date of Birth
  • Gender
  • Nationality
  • Passport Number
  • Phone number
  • Email address

Please note that passengers returning to Ireland will need to complete a Public Health Passenger Locator Form and self-isolate for 14-days after arrival. This requirement does not apply to persons who are ordinarily resident in Northern Ireland and returning there. Further information is available on the Health Service Executive website at

LOT Polish airlines will also operate a charter flight leaving Dublin Airport for Warsaw Chopin Airport on Thursday 28 May at 13:15. Potential passengers should please register their interest with the Embassy of Poland in Dublin. Further information is available on the Embassy of Poland website (in Polish) at: or by contacting them via email at Please note that border controls remain in place at Polish borders until at least 12 June. Some categories of passenger are exempt from mandatory 14-day home quarantine, including  persons entering Poland to perform professional, business or paid activities, and students crossing the border for the purposes of education in Poland. Further information is available from the Polish Border Guard (in Polish) at:,Koronawirus-zasady-kwarantanny.html or from the Embassy of Poland in Dublin at or +353 1 283 08 55.

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