LOT Polish Airlines (LO, Warsaw Chopin) is reportedly planning to drop flights from Warsaw Chopin to Athens Int'l, Helsinki Vantaa, Zurich, Cairo Int'l, Beirut, Barcelona El Prat, Berlin Tegel and Düsseldorf Int'l as early as fall, as part of conditions the European Commission has attached to the Polish Government's planned USD133million (EUR100million) bailout. In addition, the airline plans to reduce the number of frequencies it operates each year by 25% with LOT's workforce to be reduced by 800; flight crew and administrative staff included. Fleetwise, fifteen Embraer (EMB, São José dos Campos) jets (type unspecified) will be withdrawn from service while two of the airline's six B787-8s will be leased out. Having recently suffered a net loss of USD126.15million (PLN400million) for its 2012/13 Financial Year, Warsaw plans to return LOT to profitability by 2015 at the latest as part of long term plans to privatize the airline completely.