Star Alliance member LOT Polish has a fall fare sale from New York JFK and Chicago ORD to Europe with some airports in the $400s and $500s. Moscow is as low as $416 round trip.
LOT Polish has two US gateways with Chicago O’Hare ORD and New York JFK.
Offer valid until May 31st 2015!
Travel must commence between: August 24th 2015 – December 12th 2015 and January 16th 2016 – March 31st 2016
There have been few discount fares to Europe this past week for fall travel, with the exception of Norwegian, Aeroflot and Ukrainian Airlines, which is why LOT Polish Airlines jumped out at me when I saw they have some fares today in the $400s from JFK to Europe in the fall.
LOT Polish Airlines Crazy Europe Deals
There are many routes on sale. LOT has lower fares to Copenhagen at $499 round trip than Norwegian Airlines for some dates.
Take note that LOT Polish Airlines follows the recent industry trend of making it difficult to find the airline booking class associated with different fares. It took many links and luck to spot the fare conditions describing this as LOT Polish economy L booking class, which earns 25% miles in United Mileage Plus.
All flights route through Warsaw.
- JFK-WAW = 8,534 miles round trip, earns 2,133 miles in United Mileage Plus.
- ORD-WAW = 9,370 miles round trip, earns 2,342 miles in United Mileage Plus.
LOT Polish Airlines New York JFK – Copenhagen CPH
Monday, September 7 – Monday, September 14
This flight is on a 787-800 Dreamliner aircraft between JFK and Warsaw. Fares were priced on LOT Polish website.
New York JFK – ARN Stockholm, Sweden
$496.06 LOT Polish Airlines
Prices are still pricing in the $400s on LOT Polish site, but many of the tickets showing on Google Flights at $400s price out in $700s on Priceline.
New York JFK – BUD Budapest, Hungary
Priceline.com $696.20 LOT Polish Airlines
September 10-17, 2015
New York JFK – FRA Frankfurt, Germany
$737.20 LOT Polish Airlines
September 7-14, 2015
I found a business class amenities cloth bag from a LOT Polish flight my wife took in 2007. I almost tossed it out during our spring house cleaning this Memorial holiday weekend, then pulled it out of the dump pile and filled it with old business cards I had collected and wanted to keep. I’ll keep the cards for a while longer. Many of those names on the business cards had little meaning at the time I was given them. Some are now more popular travel writers and higher level business executives. The LOT Polish bag in and of itself is a cheap travel souvenir, possibly worthy of discard, but I think back to how proud I was when Kelley took that reward flight to Warsaw on her own. To date, Poland is the only country Kelley has visited that I have not been. Travel memories and little souvenirs to refresh those memories enrich our lives.