LOT Polish Airlines low-fare subsidiary Centralwings will cease operating scheduled services next month and become a charter and ACMI carrier, it announced last week, saying market conditions have "imperil[ed] the company's stability." It will begin the transition on Sept. 14 and by Sept. 30 will operate only charter flights save for Warsaw-Lisbon service that will end Oct. 7. Tomasz Szymczak, president of Centralwings' management board, said profitability "is the ultimate priority" but ...

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