✅ Verified Review
| I picked LOT as they offered the most convenient connection between those two cities. The layover in Warsaw was only 60 mins and I managed to make my connecting flight just fine, the airport is well sign-posted and small enough for an hour to be enough if you fly within Schengen. AMS - WAW (ERJ-190) leg on the outbound journey was fine - nothing special and the wine is passable for the price charged. You do get a free chocolate bar and a glass of water after they've passed the cabin with the chargeable items which is a bit cheeky. WAW - KTW (DH8D) was a joke. That aircraft is so noisy you cannot hear the PA announcements made by the cabin crew. As a result of the noise I was left with a huge headache. Inbound journey was more eventful: KTW - WAW (DHC-8-400) - delayed. The noise was horrible again - but it's only 35 mins so fine, I can bear with it. WAW - AMS (Fokker 100). At the gate the LOT people informed us the aircraft was leased from Carpatair. It was an old Fokker in 2x3 configuration and I was sat in the last row just by the engines. So, the noise, again. Flight was delayed for about 15 mins, we boarded the aircraft and then the curtains to the kitchen went shut. We sat there on the tarmac for another 50 mins with no communication from anyone, no drinks or food offered. Finally after another 30 mins of waiting the captain came on and blamed the airport for the delay (which might as well have been true). There was no info from the cockpit mid - flight. Cabin crew was ok but not necessarily over-friendly. The whole experience was a lot less than I expected and I don't think I will fly with them again. If they want to pose as a regular airline, then they need to scrap the chargeable menu and give people food fgs. If they want to be a low - cost airline well, they need staff that are far more attentive then at the moment and better aircrafts. Yes, the seats had on the Fokker were decent (leather, I'd think) and the pitch was good but I don't think I will fly with them again.