Thursday, May 23, 2013

PHOTO: LOT Polish Airlines welcomes third Boeing 787 Dreamliner

LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 787 [Photo: LOT Polish Airlines]
LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 787 [Photo: LOT Polish Airlines]
LOT Polish Airlines has expanded its fleet of Boeing 787s, with a third Dreamliner arriving at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport this week.

The aircraft, which flew directly from Pain Field Airport near Seattle, was piloted by LOT captain Jerzy Makula (who also brought the first Dreamliner to Poland), in addition to captain Andrzej Szymański and captain Krzysztof Turkiewicz.

I’ve included a photo of the third LOT Polish Airlines (registration number SP-LRC) on this page. Remember to like The Aviation Writer’s Facebook page for more aviation photos, videos and stories. Click here to visit.

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LOT Polish Airlines is planning to reintroduce its Boeings 787s back to regular service from 5th June 2013. The aircraft comes in a three-class setup (Elite Club, Premium Club and Economy class), with enough seating for 252 passengers.

In total, the European airline expects to have five Boeing 787s by August this year.

PHOTO: Boeing Rolls Out First 787 Dreamliner at Increased Production Rate


  1. Reminds me of 747-468 capacious and very efficient which I flew so many times when I was a cabin crew. Wonder why bigger then? Yes! This version in its cruise keeps clean air around too thus giving us Eco living. Keep it up!

  2. Grzegorz KawalecMay 26, 2013 at 7:21 PM

    Like it!

  3. Congratulations to LOT!

  4. I would like to travel to Europe in this aircraft.


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