Sitzplan Boeing 787-9 (789) LOT Polish Airlines
Flugzeug Boeing 787-9 (789) LOT Polish Airlines mit 3 Klassen und 294 Sitzen an Bord. Dank dem Flugzeug-Sitzplan können Sie herausfinden, welche Plätze komfortabler sind und welche am besten vermieden werden sollten.
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Seat 8G Economy is right behind the closed curtain from Premium Economy. Unfortunately, 8G sticks out halfway into the aisle of PE, so that anyone coming through the curtain bangs into your seat and the monitor on the stick. My monitor had a loose connection, so every time someone bumped it, it turned off and reset. Do NOT recommend this particular seat!!!
Great legs room. I took a flight from Warsaw to Singapore. I am very tall (197 cm/ 6,5 ft) and my seat in Economy Class had a lot of space for legs (10 cm) and was comfortable. I can recommend.
Lockers over the seat are not available for passengers. Closest locker to use is 33D.
Warsaw to Tokyo business class seat; very comfortable, but the Japanese dinner was below the par. I would try to fly Finn next time
I flew the new 789 on WAW-LAX route. 7C is a good premium economy seat. LOT's PE seats are wider than in, for example, Lufthansa, and you can feel it. Monitors are in the armrest, but they have very solid mounts and keep their position (although it might be also due to the fact that the plane I flew was barely 2 months old). Table and armrest are comortable. The only issue I had was the footrest under the seat in front of me. Its position was a wee bit too low and misaligned with the legrest of the seat - probably for a taller person this would be perfectly fine, but for me at 175 cm it was not. It's a pity that the footrest does not have multiple positions. Note that just like in LOT's 788s, it may be difficult to get out of middle seats and window seats, when the seats in the row ahead are fully reclined, so if you are travelling solo, avoid these. IFE is updated compared to what is available on LO's 788s, and the system itself is better (also screens are larger, both in PE and normal Economy), but the selection of entertainment remains quite limited compared to larger carriers, and might be the the worst part of LO's PE experience. Service was impeccable by European standards (i.e. not as "friendly" as American), food was very good (in LOT's PE food is close to business class standard, only served "all together").
Comfortable seat but it would help if the toilets would be in operating order for the flight. In first class 1 out of 2 were working and in coach class 2 toilets on the same side across from each other were out of order. The airplane took off with 3 non working toilets on a 10 hour plane ride.