Aircraft Cabin Management

Recaro bags exclusive supply contract for LOT Polish Airlines

photo_camera Business class seating for LOT aircraft (Pic: Recaro)

Recaro has been selected as the exclusive seat supplier for LOT Polish Airlines’ (LOT) widebody fleet through 2030.

This contract award encompasses eight Boeing 787 aircraft and includes the installation of the CL6720, PL3530, and CL3810 seats in the business, premium, and economy classes, respectively.

The delivery of more than 2,000 passenger seats is scheduled to commence in Q3 2026, which will mark the first time for the seat supplier to partner with LOT on a widebody project. Production of the economy class seats will take place at Recaro’s facility in Świebodzin, Poland.
Main Cabin seating will be produced in Poland

“We are honoured to partner with LOT, a renowned leader in the aviation industry, and we are committed to delivering excellence in service and innovation to enhance the passenger experience across the entire cabin,” said Dr. Mark Hiller, CEO of Recaro Aircraft Seating. “In addition to our production facility in Poland building the economy class seat, this is an especially exciting milestone for our award-winning business class product.”

“The partnership represents a milestone for both LOT Polish Airlines and Recaro, marking the first time we embark on this widebody project together,” said Izabela Leszczyńska, Product Director, LOT Polish Airlines. “With production of the economy class seats to be based in Świebodzin, Poland, we embrace a synergy of excellence and craftsmanship. The CL6720, PL3530, and CL3810 series epitomize our commitment to providing a luxurious and comfortable travel experience across our business, premium, and economy classes. We believe this collaboration sets new standards in aviation and reflects our dedication to enhancing the journey for our valued passengers.”

LOT Polish Airlines, founded in 1929, has emerged as a prominent carrier not only in Europe but on a global scale. With a fleet of 80 aircraft, LOT serves 10 million passengers annually.

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