Photo Review: LOT Business Class Stockholm to Warsaw


LOT Embraer business class, Stockholm to Warsaw


After joining our Swedish group to the Philippines in December/January, it is now time to join another group and this time we are visiting Egypt. Although I have been to Cairo before, it was a very short visit so I am more excited this time as we will also be doing the Nile River Cruise. As a side trip, we will also be visiting Doha after exploring Egypt to celebrate Easter and my birthday. For our flight, we will be flying with LOT Polish Airlines business class, as we were able to grab their discounted business class between Stockholm and Cairo for around 700USD. It will be Ramadan during our trip so there might be less tourists and lesser activities during the day. Nevertheless, we are looking forward to this trip and hope that all goes well!

Flight: LO454
Departure time in Stockholm (ARN): 10:35 (from Terminal 4)
Arrival time in Warsaw (WAW): 12:15
Aircraft: E90
Seat: 2A
Duration: 1h 40m
Date of flight: March 14, 2024
*This is a revenue ticket, Business Class flight #256

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Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Check-in

We arrived at Arlanda Airport at 8:20am and headed directly to Terminal 4. This terminal used to be a domestic terminal but has now been catering to international flights as well. LOT was using desks 411 and 412 for their passengers. We were helped by a friendly agent and when I asked which lounge LOT is using, I was told they do not have any in Terminal 4 and the only one is at Terminal 5 which is the SAS Lounge.

SAS Gold Lounge

Since I have Star Alliance gold status, I could also access the SAS Gold Lounge before this flight. We left the lounge around 9:30 and went back to Terminal 4.

Aicraft, Embraer 199 (SP-LNG)

This Embraer flew from Frankfurt to Warsaw last night before flying to Stockholm this morning.

Boarding, Gate C40

Boarding started around 10:12am for the 10:35am departure. It was frustrating that there was no proper queue and priority boarding was not followed.

Cabin, Business Class

The business cabin consisted of rows 1-3 with a total of 5 passengers in a 2-2 configuration (the aisle seat is left vacant).

Seats 2C and 2D

While boarding, the cabin chief offered santizing wipes.

Seat 2A

My seat 2A is a window seat. Seat 2C (photo above) is left vacant for extra privacy.

Spacious legroom

Safety card, Kaleidoscope inflight magazine, menu card, air-sickness bag

The foldable tray is located under the left armrest.


Breakfast service began as soon as the seat belt sign was turned off.

For drinks, I settled for the usual apple juice.

Mike on the other hand had a glass of sparkling wine, Pierre Larrouse Brut

The whole meal was served on a tray.

It also included a small menu card: Beef pastrami and ham with cheese and vegetables; Forest fruit yogurt with roasted almonds.

Bread was also offered.

Minutes later, we were also offered some chocolates.

The food was very good and just about enough for a 1.5 hour flight to Warsaw, as we also had a light breakfast in the SAS Lounge. Strangely, we were not asked if we wanted coffee or tea.


The lavatory is located on the left side behind the cockpit.

Landing in Warsaw Airport

We landed in Warsaw Airport at 12:15pm although we parked in a remote stand. Luckily, it was not very cold as the sun was shining.

Overall, it was a nice flight with lovely meals and friendly crew. It would have been better though if LOT was using Terminal 5 in Stockholm so the passengers could access the SAS Lounge in the same area, and not go back and forth. Parking in a remote stand in Warsaw Airport was also something that could have been avoided.