LOT Polish Airlines, which recently completed a cabin upgrade in its Boeing 737-400s, placed the first of three newly modernized aircraft into service on its Warsaw-London Heathrow route June 27. The upgraded cabins feature new leather seats, LED lighting with mood-lighting modes and refreshed cabin interior elements. ATW understands the three 737-400s were produced in 1996 and 1997. All of them are undergoing a complete D type overhaul and modernization. Work on the remaining two ...

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