Trip Report: Boston, Massachusetts to Warsaw, Poland and Back


Report and photos by Ken Kula

Here’s a look back at civil aviation before the so-called COVID Pandemic of 2019. I took a trip in August 2018 to Warsaw and Radom, Poland, beginning and ending at Boston’s Logan Airport.


I flew on SAS Airlines between Boston and Copenhagen on an Airbus A-330-300, and on to Warsaw on an Air Nostrum CRJ-1000. I took the trains between Warsaw and Radom both days. From Warsaw to Copenhagen, I flew on a LOT Embraer E-195, and from Copenhagen to Boston again on a SAS Airbus A-330-300. Quite a satisfying trip! My only regret was not to have made a 4 – minute detour to photograph an Aeroflot SU-95 just a few gates in the opposite direction from my Warsaw customs check and train connections (which were running tight). These photos were first printed in in 2018.

Boston August 23, 2018:

Copenhagen, Denmark August 24, 2018:

Warsaw Chopin, Poland on August 24, 2018:

Radom, Poland Airport and Air Show August 24 and 25, 2018:

Warsaw Chopin Airport, August 26, 2018:

Copenhagen, Denmark, August 26, 2018:

Ken Kula

Assignment and Content Editor, writer and photographer A New Englander all of my life, I've lived in New Hampshire since 1981. My passion for all things aviation began at a very early age, and I coupled this with my interest of photography during college in the late 1970s. I spent 35 years in the air traffic control industry, and concurrently, enjoyed my aviation photography and writing adventures, which continue today. I've been quite fortunate to have been mentored by some generous and gifted individuals. I enjoy contributing to this great site and working with some very knowledgeable and equally passionate aviation followers.

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