Computer image of LOT's Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Image from LOT.

Computer image of LOT's Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Image from LOT.

LOT Polish Airlines is using the addition of the 787 Dreamliner to their fleet as an opportunity to update their interior and livery. The airline describes the new interior as “modern and trendy yet an ethnic design inspired by tradition and famous symbols of Poland.”

Below are multiple photos showing what the new interior of the LOT’s 787 will look like.  LOT will configure their Dreamliner with 18 seats in Business Class in a 2-2-2 layout, 21 seats in premium economy in a 2-3-2 layout and 213 seats in economy in a 3-3-3 layout.

LOT also announced that they plan to use the 787 Dreamliner on their Chicago to Warsaw route starting in January 2013.

Business Class mock up on the LOT 787. Image from LOT.

Business Class mock up on the LOT 787. Image from LOT.

LOT's Business Class seats will be fold flat. Image from LOT.

LOT's Business Class seats will be fold flat. Image from LOT.

Economy section of LOT's 787 Dreamliner. Image from LOT.

Economy section of LOT's 787 Dreamliner. Image from LOT.

LOT's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner on the Boeing Factory floor in Everett. Photo from LOT.

LOT's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner on the Boeing Factory floor in Everett. Photo from LOT.

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7 Comments

I really like that livery a LOT!!!!

Borat Sagdivet

I see what you did there

Nice touch to the livery, but uninspired interiors. Other than the full-flat bed, nothing really interesting that’d warrant a second look. Very much like when Qantas missed a trick with their A380 interiors – http://simpliflying.com/2008/three-reasons-why-the-qantas-missed-a-branding-opportunity-with-a380/

We love it! A pleasing combination of advanced technology, passenger comfort, and a centuries-old tradition of textile design.

Krystian Stronski

Looks very nice, about time they update their fleet and get rid off 763’s.

IM proud of my country and my nacional airlines

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