LOT Polish Airlines (also referred to as LOT) is Poland’s flag carrier and one of the world's oldest airlines. LOT flies to about 60 destinations in Europe (8 domestic), Africa, the Middle East, Asia and North America, from its base at Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW). With a fleet of 54 aircraft, LOT Polish Airlines operates a network to 83 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia. LOT has one of the most modern and newest fleets in Europe at its disposal.
LOT Polish Airlines offers nonstop long haul flights to New York City, Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, Seoul, Beijing, and Tokyo. Most of the destinations originate from its hub, Warsaw Chopin Airport. A member of the Star Alliance, LOT also has codeshare agreements with about two dozen other carriers. Most of the planes in its fleet of 45 aircraft are configured with Business Class and Economy Class cabins, though some aircraft also feature a Premium Economy Class cabin. LOT fleet consists of Boeing 737s/787s, Embraer 170s/175s/195s as well as Bombardier Q400NGs. LOT was a launch carrier for the Embraer E-Jet Family (E170/175/190/195) and as the first European carrier received Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.