|Operating bases||Warsaw Chopin Airport|
|Parent company||LOT Polish Airlines|
LOT Charters launched flight operations on 1 June 2009. The airline expected 400,000 annual passengers on its short and long haul flights (the latter ones being operated using the Boeing 767-300ER aircraft of mainline LOT), which would allow it to reach a 25 percent market share and establish a leading position among charter carriers operating on the Polish market. Charter contracts have been signed with Neckermann, TUI, and Rainbow Tours amongst others.
LOT Charters was scheduled to close its operations in October 2013, as LOT removed all of its Boeing 737-400s used by LOT Charters out of its fleet. This is part of the fleet restructuring program to renew LOT's fleet with newer aircraft, replacing the twenty-year-old Boeing 737 and 767's. However, LOT Charters hasn't been closed and is currently offering charter operations using other aircraft of the mainline LOT fleet, including the Boeing 787-8.
As of February 2015, LOT Charters does not operate any aircraft on their own. Instead, they offer operations using the aircraft of their parent company LOT.
- "IATA - Airline and Airport Code Search". iata.org. Retrieved 11 April 2015.
- Information on LOT Charters at airfleets.net
- List of tour operators co-operating with LOT Charters (in Polish)
- http://www.pasazer.com/in-11311 flota,lot,poczatek,konca,b737,i,b767.php#.UEceEaCgZUk