Airlines not alarmed by LOT's new partnership

Kaminska, Izabella
June 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;6/10/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p14
Reports the implication of LOT Polish Airlines' membership in the Lufthansa/United Airlines on aviation industry in Poland. Confidence of aviation industry to the stability of market share; Potential of the country for investors from success of airline industry; Convenience of air passengers in commercial flights.


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