The press service of the Kyiv Boryspil International Airport announces the opening of an additional terminal to meet flights with Hasidic pilgrims.
Considering that 93 additional flights have been planned to bring Hasids to Ukraine on Rosh Hashanah, the Boryspil International Airport decided to open a terminal for the Jewish guests.
This is Terminal B, which was built in 1965 and has not been used since late 2014.
The terminal will be used to serve the Jewish pilgrims from additional flights, and will operate until October 4.
The Hasids, who arrive on regular flights, can also go through the operating terminals D and F.
Georgiy Zubko, deputy director of the airport for commercial activities, informs that terminal employees try to do their best to make Jewish guests feel comfortable.
According to him, buses are already waiting at the terminal exits to take Hasids to Uman, and kosher food outlets have opened in the departure zone.Boryspil International Airport Jewish Ukraine