Centralwings, the new Polish low-cost airline formed by LOT that began operations Feb. 1 with flights to London Gatwick from Warsaw and Krakow, will acquire two more 737 Classics by May, bringing its total fleet to five. Two more 737s should join the carrier in 2006. CEO Piotr Kociotek told this website that the airline has performed well initially; "We took over the charter business from LOT, which helped at the beginning." Centralwings now serves 15 cities, five of them converted from ...

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