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LOT Polish Airlines - Baggage Change / Liquid Restrictions!


Happymeal 7 | 35
14 Mar 2010  #1
LOT - Baggage Change!
lot.com/Info/EN/aspx/Content__Luggage.aspx?menuId=001&subMenuId=0 01001

IMPORTANT! Tickets issued on or after February 15, 2010 allow one piece of luggage in economy class

The fee for a second piece of luggage in economy class on flights to / from the USA and Canada by weight to 23 kg

from Poland 165 PLN
from other European cities 40 EUR
from USA 50 USD
from Canada 60 CAD

jezebeel 1 | 3
17 Jun 2014  #2
[Moved from]: LOT airlines - liquids restrictions

Hi guys,
I will be using LOT airlines for coming to Warsaw.
I checked the website but I confused.

1) Do I need to put my liquids to hand baggage?
2) In website says ''Containers with liquids and similar products with a capacity of 100 ml each are permitted (effective maximum capacity is indicated on the label) I have smaller bottles(less than 100ml- travel kit) for my liquids. But they are not labeled which indicate their capacity. these bottles with no capacity label are acceptable for flight?

3) And I wanna bring some food (sugars, deserts-not liquid- etc). How can i put them?
jon357 63 | 14,122
17 Jun 2014  #3
The rules on LOT are the same as on any airlines. Of you want to bring liquids in your hand baggage they have to be in tiny bottles. Personally I always put any liquids in checked luggage to avoid complication. Foodstuffs are best in checked luggage too, but don't need to be.
Nathans
24 Oct 2014  #4
It's a pity that LOT has also fallen for the global air luggage fee scam. How do they expect to earn trust of travelers who take a flight from/to Poland? Selling a ticket at a price that initially appears low and then adding a ton of taxes on top of the unreasonable luggage fees is what upsets a lot of people the most. Considering the fact that less and less visitors travel to Poland they should consider a better long-term strategy instead of trying to make a quick buck on the back of their patrons.
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
24 Oct 2014  #5
Considering the fact that less and less visitors travel to Poland they should consider a better long-term strategy instead of trying to make a quick buck on the back of their patrons.

From which source did you learn that? Got a link, please?


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