LOT Polish Airlines acting CEO Marcin Celejewski says growth will be risky for Poland’s flag carrier in 2017-18 when it plans to expand its fleet and network as part of a strategy to double in size by 2020.  “The 2016 growth plan is not a big issue because we will utilize our assets [more],” Celejewski told ATW. “The real ambition and risks will come later in 2017-18 when we have to invest in a new fleet and new destinations.” LOT expects to add 15 new ...

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