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CityLine CRJ700s to operate first Lufthansa flights to Rzesz?w
Lufthansa is extending its route network in Poland by adding Rzeszów to its summer timetable 2009. From 27 April, Lufthansa CityLine will begin operating five flights weekly on the Frankfurt–Rzeszów route with a Bombardier CRJ700.
Rzeszów is an important economic and cultural centre in southeastern Poland. Located in the Carpathian foothills, and near the border with Ukraine and Slovakia, the City has become a major communication hub, attracting a number of companies and investors to set up bases there.
“The new flights to Rzeszów will expand Lufthansa’s broad array of services in Poland. With their addition to the network, we will be offering our customers fast and convenient connections to eight Polish cities in different regions,” said Karl-Ulrich Garnadt, EVP services and human resources, Lufthansa Passenger Airlines.
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