LOT, also known as LOT Polish Airlines, is the flag carrier of Poland operating flights across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America. With its main hub at Warsaw Chopin Airport and two secondary hubs at Krakow Airport and Tallinn Airport, LOT flies to 60 destinations with a fleet of 43 aircraft. As one of the world’s oldest airlines, founded in 1929, LOT is a member of Star Alliance and has consistently been recognized for its excellent service and reliability and was named Best Airline in Eastern Europe for three years in a row in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with LOT

How to Check in

Travelers flying with LOT are able to check-in online from the convenience of your own home or do things the traditional way by checking in at the airport. Those opting to use the online check-in service are able to do so from 24 hours before flights and have the option either to print off a boarding pass or receive an electronic pass to your mobile device. Visiting an airport check-in counter is just as straightforward for those who prefer to do things in person.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

LOT allows passengers to bring baggage to check-in as part of the fare in addition to hand baggage to take on board. How much baggage you can bring varies according to your destination and cabin class, so be sure to check directly with the airline for accurate information about your flight. On international flights across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, Economy passengers can bring one piece up to 23kg, while in Premium Economy this is increased to two bags up to 23kg. Business Class passengers are afforded more baggage with a limit of two items up to 32kg each. Economy and Premium Economy travelers are also allowed one item of hand baggage up to 8kg on board, increased to two items up to 9kg each in Business.


LOT flights offer a standard Economy Class alongside Premium Economy and Business Class seating for those looking for an improved flying experience. Economy passengers are afforded ample legroom with a seat pitch of 31-32 inches, increased to 38 inches in Premium Economy. Those sitting in Business Class can look forward to either 31-37 inches of legroom on narrowbody jets or a generous 78 inches on widebody aircraft.

Booking Fees

Purchasing tickets online is free of charge, although an added surcharge of 110AED is added onto tickets bought at a ticket office and 130AED* for those purchased at the airport.

* These prices are converted from EUR to AED and correct as of February 2017. Always check with the airline for the most up-to-date price conversion.


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