After a four-and-a-half-month hiatus, LOT Polish Airlines has re-launched Boeing 787 operations four days ahead of schedule. LOT was due to return its 787s to service June 5 with an initial departure for Chicago; however, the carrier said “we have managed to speed it up.” The initial flight departed Warsaw for New York at 1318 on June 1. The aircraft, carrying the tail number SP-LRC, had 205 passengers onboard. LOT, which was the first European airline to take delivery of ...

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