Seat Map LOT Polish Airlines Boeing 787-8 (788)
Airplane Boeing 787-8 (788) LOT Polish Airlines with 3 classes and 252 seats on board. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which should be avoided.
- Entertainment System
- AC Power outlets
The reclining chair is not very comfortable, its wide but although there is supposed to be a bigger pitch there is not a lot of additional leg room due to the seat being bulky. I usually get premium eco for long haul to avoid having someones seat back in my face, it still happened (entire flight) The window seat was literally impossible to leave without climbing over the enormous armrest when the person in front was reclined (mine was for the entire flight). Thank God the seat next to me was empty. The food was "OK", the entertainment was limited and dated. Service was great, esp if you attempt to use Polish.
I was looking forward to my first trip in e Dreamliner. I have travelled on most wide body planes, but never before had the opportunity of this aircraft. I was really disappointed with the seat. It was not long enough so I hardly got some sleep, the seat was also harder than other comparable seats in other planes. The hinge of the footrest that gets extended to make up for a bed, is positioned in such a way that my knee rested against it, which gave me pains during my (attempted) sleeping time. There was also an issue with my table being stuck, and my neighbor's screen had a life of it's own. The screen on the first row is tuck in the seat, so a bit like economy. The crew during the flight did their best, the food and wine selection was good.
The middle seats 2C and 2D are very bad for sleeping: every time someone is passing by both seats are bouncing. for my point of view the bottom is not firm enough. Window seats are much better.
Seatguru does not have a good map for this flight. We had a plane configured 2-4-2. The seats were unbelievably narrow. There is no way in which anyone with a waist size of 40 or above could fit. The flight staff were polite but the desk staff in Chicago had no idea what was going on during the usual forwarding delay.
Despite increased front legroom, this seat has width restricted even further due to exit door extending toward seat space. I was unable to use this seat and had to be re-seated for a fee which is bad. I want to warn everyone not to choose this seat neither 20A which has same restriction as 20J.
Great flight. Seats comfortable, service was excellent, stewards were courteous and professional. Wide selection of new release movies. Polish Customs / Immigration was a joy,
The TV is unusable during taxi, takeoff and landing. The seat width is significantly reduced due to the immovable armrests. Would be best to avoid this seat on long haul flights. The food was okay and the service was nice.
With most airlines those seats are taken out leaving only a double seat on the windows side in the last row of the economy cabin. The narrowing curve of the tail part of the fuselage makes a shoulder space very restrictive (about 10 cm more narrow than the rest of the window seats), forcing passenger to seat on the angle throughout the flight. Very uncomfortable.
it was a good flight i say it was an avrage bussiness class seat the saff was excelent
The seat has extra leg room for sure, which is great. However, both the passengers and the flight attendants treated it as a thoroughfare to cross from one aisle to another which was extremely annoying. Putting legs up with feet touching the wall didn't stop those people, they would just climb over your legs and step on your feet. If you decide to pay extra for these seats, be warned. Also the seats are somewhat more narrow with hard walls on the sides, so I wouldn't recommend them to heavier people, as they simply won't fit in them.
The economy seats on this plane are extremely small (I am 5 foot 5 inches tall). In addition, my in-flight entertainment system did not work. They tried to "reset it" and it still didn't work. There were no empty seats to switch to. The man in back of me was so tall that he had his feet up on the back of my seat or on my armrest the entire flight. It was like having a small child kick my seat the 8 hour trip. He said he could not change his legs due to how small (I was not reclined) the legroom space was for him. I pressed the call button and was not visited by the staff for about an hour, at which time they pretended to not understand what I was saying. Disappointed. Nice, new, smooth airplane with the smallest seats ever. Pay up or fly a more reasonably sized plane on a different airline.
Flew in seat 3D Business class from LAX to Warsaw. The two middle seats (C & D) are both aisle seats. Great seats, no complaints, and only closets behind you. Would sit there again. BTW, other reviewers have correctly pointed out that the window seats in Business Class have an issue in that you cannot get to the aisle without climbing over people in seat B or E when aisle seats are in full flat recline position. This is fine if you are a couple in A/B or E/F, but no so good if you are solo in window seat.
All premium economy seats have tables in armrests ..not only row nr 4 , so also 5 and 6 .
Avoid this seat on a long-haul flights! It is very comfortable, BUT you can not get out of it when both seat in from of it are full reclined back. There is simply no room, even for a skinniest person, to get up and go to the WC unless you wake up people in front of you and ask them to put their chairs in the upright position.I had to climb up and stand on my chair and then climb to the neighbor seat and then get out. Boeing Dreamliner is a great airplane, but, boy, the designers did not use their brains measuring this! I was very disappointed with this "premium" class. Get the aisle seat.
This is an exit row seat which costs more. It is very tight, and the wall of the plane curves in so it is difficult to stretch your legs straight; you have to turn them to the left, which became uncomfortable during the flight. I actually left this seat to sit in another empty economy seat because I became claustrophobic. That seat was better, tight, but not as bad as 20J. My husband, who is 6'3" sat in 20H, and he was very happy with the seat. No problem with stretching his long legs.
As a true connoisseur of economy seating I was fairly impressed with LOT's longhaul product. The 787 is very comfortable and I found seating to be spacious enough that I didn't suffer despite being 6'2". Service was pleasant and the food was OK. Washrooms were remarkably nice for int'l longhaul, with the ones at the rear being the best choices (I think many people never think to head to the back of the plane). Good inflight entertainment setup with wide selection of TV shows, moves and even some games. I was pleased.
No one had anything but positive comments for the First Class travelers which from my experience was AMAZING. I flew in seat 1C to Madrid and seat 2B from Madrid. The first flight started in MIA and the second flight was returning to MIA. We were on the flight back when New Years occurred (in Europe) and they did a massive celebration with confetti, wine, etc. for about 15-20 minutes and it was really great.
Tight seat but at 5'9'' /160 lbs it was tolerable for the flight to Warsaw from Chicago. Plenty of bin space so carry on was not a problem. Got vegetarian meal and it was not very good. Premium Economy is about $1000 more and I'll put up with the minor discomfort and save the cash.
Seat sucked - does not recline and in LOT 787-8 configuration this seat also does not align with window so bulkhead bumps out into seat area.