4YOU Airlines (AMQ, Warsaw Chopin) has temporarily suspended operations ahead of its entry into the scheduled budget-carrier market later in November. Since its inception earlier this year, the Polish virtual carrier has operated charter flights from Poland to destinations throughout Europe in partnership with EuroLOT (K2, Warsaw Chopin).

With the relaunch likely to coincide with the carrier's acquisition of its own Air Operator's Certificate (AOC), so it will also switch from an all-A320 fleet, to a B737-denominated fleet sourced from Grand Cru Airlines (GCA, Vilnius).

4YOU will establish bases at Rzeszow, in south-eastern Poland, and Lodz, in the centre of the country, for flights to: Milan Bergamo, Brussels Charleroi, Dortmund, Edinburgh, Girona, Rome Fiumicino, Paris CDG, and Tel Aviv Ben Gurion. Initial Lodz flights will mirror those of Rzeszow, but will exclude Edinburgh services while featuring flights to London Luton.