LOT Polish Airlines celebrated the start of flights between Warsaw Chopin and Los Angeles on 3 April. The Star Alliance member will operate four weekly flights on the 9,654-kilometre sector between the two airports. With this launch, Warsaw becomes only the second city in Eastern Europe to have direct flights to Los Angeles, with the other being Moscow Sheremetyevo.
- LOT Polish Airlines launched its first flight to the US West Coast on 3 April, with the Star Alliance member beginning a four times weekly service between Warsaw Chopin (WAW) and Los Angeles (LAX). No other carrier currently operates on the 9,654-kilometre sector. LOT Polish Airlines, which will operate its newest route on its 252-seat 787-8s, becomes only the second carrier to operate non-stop flights between Eastern Europe and Los Angeles, with it joining SkyTeam member Aeroflot which provides a daily A330-200 service between Moscow Sheremetyevo and LA. LOT Polish Airlines also serves Chicago O’Hare and New York JFK in the US from Warsaw Chopin along with Toronto Pearson in Canada. From 28 April the carrier will begin a four times weekly service between the Polish capital and New York Newark, a route it has served in the past.