Passengers flying to Warsaw with the flag carrier on international routes have been using the $220 million (£113 million) development since last month. Now international flights will be joined by all LOT’s domestic services. The airline suggests that this will make it much easier for passengers to connect with flights to other cities in Poland.
LOT is the only airline currently operating on the London Heathrow to Warsaw route, with the carrier noting the benefits the new terminal will bring to UK customers.
Slawomir Noszczak, the airline’s regional director for UK and Ireland, said: "The transfer of our international flights to the new terminal went without any major hitches and we are now delighted to bring all our operations under one roof, with the move of domestic flights.
This will be a major bonus for UK travellers flying on to other cities within Poland or on our international network, as well as smoothing transfer for those returning to the UK."
LOT recently added three weekly flights from Warsaw to Beijing, with the move described as the first stage of plans to expand into the Far East.