Polish flag carrier LOT said next year it plans to open Warsaw (WAW)-Tokyo Narita flights, “after receiving the 787 Dreamliner,” CEO Marcin Pirog told the Polish Press Agency PAP.  He confirmed the first 787 is expected to be delivered in November and will gradually replace its 767s. LOT resumed WAW-Beijing flights Tuesday and has returned to China after four years. "This year we will fly three times a week; next year we plan five times a week and from 2014 daily ...

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