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What Airline do you take to Poland from Chicago?


delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Sep 2017 #61
Johnny, if you're going to lie, at least lie properly.

The Air France-KLM lounge isn't accessible for people flying with LOT, as AF-KLM belong to SkyTeam and LOT belongs to Star Alliance.

It's safe to say that if you can't even lie correctly about lounges, the rest of your post is likely to be a fantasy.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #62
they were only offering access to the crappy lounges that you can enter by paying $30 ............ even if you were flying Business with them.


And which lounges would those be delph ?

... And no there was no charge if you are flying business class.

Have you ever been to America delph ?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Sep 2017 #63
Clearly you've never flown anywhere if you think that Business class passengers on Star Alliance get free entry to Sky Team lounges.

It's ok, I understand that you've never been in a lounge before. You've also made another claim that proves you know nothing about those lounges, but you can work that one out for yourself.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #64
Got the day off to torment us today do you ?

they will soon be wanting to argue about anything that Americans are an authority on.

What did I tell you. lol

The Air France-KLM lounge isn't accessible for people flying with LOT

Show me where I said it did in creating your fantasy of smoke and mirrors to spin your lie.
If you have no credible information to post on this thread since you have never flown out of Chicago or been to America please refrain from arguing just to argue.
Harry
20 Sep 2017 #65
Americans always use the word terminal.

The issue is with people claiming that LOT have "their own terminal" at Chicago airport, which demonstrates that those people have definitely never flown from that airport and probably never flown at all, which means their opinions should be weighted accordingly.

AF-KLM belong to SkyTeam and LOT belongs to Star Alliance.

Small details like that are very important to people who actually do fly but just random words to those who never leave their trailer park.
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Sep 2017 #66
Yes, it's very obvious by Johnny's claim that LOT passengers can use the AF-KLM lounge that he simply googled which lounge was closest to the gate that he thinks LOT use.

It really helps if one has even a basic understanding of flying before attempting to lie about it.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #67
It really helps if one has even a basic understanding of flying before attempting to lie about it.

Oh delph........back to your old same ole same ole of making me defend myself while you try to insult and mock me while calling me a liar.

You should have learnt by now son.

The Air France-KLM lounge isn't accessible for people flying with LOT, as AF-KLM belong to SkyTeam and LOT belongs to Star Alliance.

The hell you say !
Sounds convincing for someone who doesn't know better Mr. Inexperienced International Traveler and Expert on American airports.

it's very obvious by Johnny's claim that LOT passengers can use the AF-KLM lounge that he simply googled which lounge was closest to the gate that he thinks LOT use.

No, that is what you have done Mr. Google Expert to look like you know what you are talking about as an authority on everything.

I have flown out of terminal 5 at O'Hare several times and have ten times the sky miles you will ever have in your life time.

In fact just two trips to Jamaica and back is more sky miles then you have recorded in your lifetime.
Stop with your boasting and intimidation delph because you are only making yourself look like a fool as a very inexperienced flyer.
You have no idea what you are talking about making such claims by never stepping foot on American soil more less Chicago O'Hare.
jon, maybe you could explain to delph gently in a PM that he didn't spend enough time googling this so not to embarrass himself any further.
jon357 71 | 20,799
20 Sep 2017 #68
In fact just two trips to Jamaica and back is more sky miles then you have recorded in your lifetime.

Which alliance and how many miles?

Warsaw to the US on Star Alliance is OK - sometimes they have a double miles promotion.
Niklas - | 10
20 Sep 2017 #69
Norwegian airlines
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,846
20 Sep 2017 #70
Actually delph the klm air France lounge is available to lot business class and star gold members. At least in Ohare other airports may be different. Lounges aren't all that great imo. Idk I usually fly coach and rather just spend the extra money on a nice hotel shopping bar hopping etc.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #71
Thank you Adrian as I hate to be called a liar by a liar.
Sorry to make you eat crow delph so next time spend a little more time googling before you pretend to be an authority on all subjects.

These airport lounge passes can be used by ANY TRAVELLER regardless of airline or class of service delph.
The only rule that I am aware of is that you have to use these passes in the terminal that you are departing from.
WoW.......70 damn posts driving everyone nuts to get that through your thick Scottish head.... so for the love of Mary PLEASE don't pull a delph and double down this time. lol
Harry
20 Sep 2017 #72
These airport lounge passes can be used by ANY TRAVELLER regardless of airline or class of service

You really are utterly hilarious. Still, at least the OP now knows exactly how little weight to put on your claims about travelling but air.
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,846
20 Sep 2017 #73
OP most likely is long gone and never to return.. Just like most people who come, open their first thread which gets turned into s fight, and don't post again
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Sep 2017 #74
You really are utterly hilarious. Still, at least the OP now knows exactly how little weight to put on your claims about travelling but air.

I must remember to try using the BA lounge in T5 in Heathrow next time with my Miles and More card from LOT. I wonder how long it'll take them to stop laughing at me.

Still, nice to see Johnny repeatedly prove that he has no idea about how lounges work in airports.

Anyway, given the constant delays on LOT, I'd avoid them when travelling to Poland unless the final destination is one that can't be easily reached, such as Szczecin or Rzeszów.
jon357 71 | 20,799
20 Sep 2017 #75
These airport lounge passes can be used by ANY TRAVELLER regardless of airline or class........only rule that I am aware of is that you have to use these passes in the terminal that you are departing from.

Depends on the airport, the type of pass and the lounge. - ones where the terminals connect airside (a few are like that) are more flexible. Some don't allow passholders in at busy times, some passes are better than others and get you into most lounges, others are quite restricted.

Lounges aren't all that great imo.

It depends on the lounge. Okecie is OK, Heathrow, Berlin and Amsterdam lounges are middling, Modlin is crap, Kiev and Istanbul are excellent, and Dubai, Qatar, Abu Dhabi are amazing. Forget Liverpool ;-)
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #76
You really are utterly hilarious.

So are you, I saw the bumper sticker on your car and said to myself, "That's Harry alright."
It read, I'm not saying I am Batman, I'm just saying that no one has ever seen me and Batman in the same room at the same time."
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #77
I must remember to try using the BA lounge in T5 in Heathrow next time

When was your first time ?

they were only offering access to the crappy lounges that you can enter by paying $30 on the door,
I must remember try using the BA lounge in T5 in Heathrow next time with my Miles and More card from LOT.

Why would you do that when you already stated that they only offered access for $30.
I am sure they would laugh you out of the airport.
I hear you stuttering delph.

nice to see Johnny repeatedly prove that he has no idea about how lounges work in airports.

Well you just proved that you sure the hell repeatedly proved that you don't now didn't ya. (as Johnny does a palm plant on his forehead) sigh......
delphiandomine 88 | 18,454
20 Sep 2017 #78
Why would you do that when you already stated that they only offered access for $30.

I think you really are betraying your lack of knowledge of airport lounges if you don't know the difference between status lounges and those that you can enter by paying $30.
jon357 71 | 20,799
20 Sep 2017 #79
by paying $30.

50 for the better ones (and some are of course both). The card one in Warsaw is I think 150zl though, however if you have a business class boarding pass or a gold tier card, you can get in the nicer one.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
20 Sep 2017 #80
Haven't you embarrassed yourself enough for one day ?
1. You have never been to the U.S. nor Chicago O'Hare.
2. You were clueless today about who could and who could not enter the airport lounges in the U.S. as you were quoted
3. You have limited flying experience
4, All your information came from googling your information
5. You now want to confuse the issue with a status lounge when you were clearly talking about the pay $30 one.
delph, give it up, you have been proven wrong and will just have to live with it unless you choose to live in denial.
You were wrong about the lounges and you were wrong calling me a liar.
How about being a man and giving me an apology and admitting you were wrong ?
It's o.k. to be wrong delpg, that is how you learn and today I was your teacher.

50 for the better ones

I think the one in terminal 5 was $35 the last time I was there.
Crow 160 | 10,257
24 Feb 2018 #81
What airline to Chicago?

But of course. Use Chetnik airlines > FLY ČETNIK AIRLINES >> eng. sub. >>> youtube.com/watch?v=5GNX-TRApl8
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,846
24 Feb 2018 #82
Lot tends to be the cheapest. There are two daily flights from Ohare (Chicago) to Warsaw - one in the morning one at night. I prefer the overnight flight personally. SAS, Lufthansa, KLM and a few others also fly this route but usually are more expensive than lot. Sometimes you can find good deals on Lufthansa.

The Dreamliners are used on this route. While there's tons of movies, tv shows, etc., the seats are very cramped in coach and very uncomfortable if you're tall.
Crow 160 | 10,257
24 Feb 2018 #83
Chetnik airlines is better then LOT, SAS, Lufthansa or KLM. With Chetnik airlines, you don`t just fly, you during flight also have opportunity to visit the other side of the mind. Total virtual experience
Joker 3 | 3,164
24 Feb 2018 #84
Chetnik airlines is better then LOT,

Except for one problem. They dont fly out of Chicago! hahahahahaha

I never heard of this crappy airline and looked it up, what a total joke!
Dirk diggler 10 | 4,846
24 Feb 2018 #85
I've heard of Serbia Air, but never Chetnik Airlines unless you're just calling Serbia Air that.... Also, I don't believe Serbian lines fly to and from Chicago and Warsaw. In fact, I don't even really see many flights going to Poland except for a few from Belgrade

airserbia.com/en/flights
Crow 160 | 10,257
24 Feb 2018 #86
@Joker

Its not joke. Its about airline from the other side of the mind.

I've heard of Serbia Air, but never Chetnik Airlines

no, no. Air Serbia is from reality. Chetnik Airlines is metaphysical thing. For sure fly to Warsaw, too. I am sure.
Joker 3 | 3,164
4 Aug 2018 #87
One nice thing about flying LOT from ORD to WAW is that you depar

Hey Johnny,

I got my ticket roundtrip Chicago to Warsaw for under $1200 this is cheap!

I depart from Terminal 5 of course:)

PM me Pigsy`s number, I cant find it. You should go as well? Sept.
johnny reb 40 | 8,628
13 Apr 2022 #88
Hey Johnny, I got my ticket roundtrip Chicago to Warsaw for under $1200 this is cheap!

I see that LOT is offering a non-stop tomorrow from Chicago to Warsaw, round trip, for $628 per person.
That is really cheap being it is so close to Easter Sunday.
Travel safe my friend.

You should go as well?

Thanks but no thanks
Planning my trip
13 Apr 2022 #89
On a serious note has anyone tried Austrian/Swiss airlines to Krakow?
jon357 71 | 20,799
13 Apr 2022 #90
Austrian Airlines to/from Warsaw a few times.

I've found them to be good.


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