The carrier's inaugural Boeing 787 service from Warsaw to Chicago will be on January 16. This will be followed closely by LOT beginning Dreamliner...

LOT Polish Airlines has announced the launch dates for its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner scheduled intercontinental service.

Marcin Pirog, CEO of LOT Polish Airlines, has announced that the carrier’s inaugural Boeing 787 service from Warsaw to Chicago will be on January 16.

As of late September 2012, LOT Polish Airlines had eight Boeing 787-8s on firm order and had taken options on a further six


This will be followed closely by LOT beginning Dreamliner service to Toronto Pearson International Airport on February 1 and to New York JFK on February 3. LOT Polish Airlines will launch Boeing 787 service to Beijing a month later, on March 3.

“I can say with confidence this is a breakthrough moment for LOT,” says Pirog. “I am convinced the offer, which we are presenting to our passengers, will be of great interest and the Dreamliner will delight and meet the expectations of each traveler.  I am sure our offer of Dreamliner flights is currently the best on the market because it is an ideal combination of an advantageous price with the highest standards of service on the most modern passenger plane in the world.”

Booking is now open for seats on LOT Boeing 787 flights at, via LOT reservations 416.236.4242 or through travel agents.

LOT is offering three classes of service on the new aircraft: Economy Class, Premium Club (premium economy) and Elite Club (business class).

With the Boeing 787, the airline is introducing a premium economy class for the first time. LOT is offering round-trip fares from $1,342 from New York and Chicago to Warsaw in its new Premium Club cabins.

Meanwhile, LOT is offering round-trip fares for its new Elite Club business class from $3,787 from New York to Warsaw and $4,087 from Chicago O’Hare International Airport to Warsaw.  Sample fares include all taxes fees and surcharges.

LOT Polish Airlines has been connecting Poland with the rest of the world since 1929.  Today, LOT’s fleet of 39 aircraft serves nearly 60 destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.