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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Airline Settlement

Poland's LOT Airline and British Airways agreed to end a nearly four-month-old allocation feud that has grounded flights between Poland and Britain, Warsaw's Radio ZET reported.


The radio quoted Transport Minister Boguslaw Liberadzki on Sunday as saying service would resume by March 9 and each airline would be alloted nine flights a week between Warsaw and London.


The agreement allotted 51 percent of the seats on the London to Warsaw flights to BA and the remaining 49 to LOT, the radio said but gave no further details. No official confirmation was available.


The row erupted last October when Polish officials denied BA permission to double their weekly flights to London, saying this violated a Polish-British aviation agreement.