Lot airlines meals are complimentary when flying in economy class on long haul routes, short-haul routes offer small snacks only. The airline allows economy class passengers to order a premium-economy class meal on select long-haul flights and passengers can purchase additional snacks inflight.
Long Haul Flights (Over six hours)
All meals are provided free of charge including beer and wine, for additional alcohol you can purchase from the Lot Sky Bar. You will receive a three-course meal with a choice of two main meal hot choices.
My Premium Menu
Economy class passengers on Lot long-haul flights can pre-order and upgrade their meal and drinks to the premium economy class offering. The product is available on flights from Warsaw to Beijing, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Toronto, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo, New Delhi and Colombo (and vice versa).
By upgrading you will be served two meals and a selection of beverages from premium economy class. The cost is €35.00.
You can order this meal by contacting the airline on +48 22 577 77 55.
The Lot Sky Bar offers a range of meals/snacks and drinks for purchase; you can view the entire menu in the tab section above. You can pay with Polish Zloty, Euro, American dollars, Canadian Dollars, Hungarian Forint or credit/debit cards.
Passengers in economy class on domestic and European flights are provided with a complimentary small snack, water, tea and coffee. Free meals are provided on flights to Nur-Sultan and Beirut.
Expect an excellent premium economy dining experience including local flavours (where possible) depending on your destination.
Premium economy class on short-haul flights will receive the same meals which are also offered in the Lot Business Class cabin. Depending on the length of the flight, the offer will be a cold or hot dish.
Individual service is all part of the long haul experience with Lot. The airline offers excellent meals prepared from gourmet ingredients, served on high-quality porcelain tableware. Expect welcome drinks and a small snack and appetisers, meals and desserts/cheese that you would find in a restaurant.
The second meal service is typically done by tray before landing. On routes to/from Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing and Singapore, you can expect to see local Asian flavours on offer.
Depending on the time of day, you will be offered breakfast or lunch that’s served on elegant tableware.