LOT Polish Airlines to bring the Boeing 787 to Chicago O’Hare starting in January

LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw) has announced it will introduce its new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on the Warsaw-Chicago (O’Hare) route starting in January 2013.

From Chicago (O’Hare), LOT currently operates seven flights a week to Warsaw with Boeing 767-300 aircraft and will increase to nine flights in June.

LOT Polish will also introduce cargo service to Chicago from Katowice, Poland in mid-February 2013.

As part of the introduction of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, LOT will implement a new aircraft interior design, new inflight menus, new selection of beverages, new on-board equipment, new toys for children and other amenities in April.

The 787’s Premium economy – with 21 seats equipped with individual IFE system monitor in the armrest.

LOT, being the first European airline to receive the Boeing 787, has decided to use this opportunity to refresh the livery of its aircraft. The new revised livery was introduced in 2011. According to the airline, “the livery does not break with the tradition but is rather a project that combines the glorious past of the national carrier with a modern design. – LOT, being a modern company, is not afraid of change, and is aware that modernity is not the negation of the past, but rather a creative and thought through way of connecting elements. This approach can be seen from the project of the refreshed livery. – says Andrzej Pągowski graphic artist and designer, one of the artists and specialist in the area of the creation of the image and brand that presented opinions on the project.”

Top Image and Middle Photo: LOT Polish Airlines.

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Bottom Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems. The latest Embraer in the refreshed 2011 livery.