On Monday, the third day of Chol HaMoed, a historic event took place at JFK airport. Until this year, there has never been an official Sukkah at an airport in the USA. This year, thanks to the continuous activities and relationships developed by Chabad at the airport, there is an official Sukkah at JFK airport. Continue reading
For the first time ever, passengers at JFK Airport this Chol Hamoed will be able to take advantage of a Sukkah on the way to their flights. The Sukkah is a project of Chabad of the Airport, which has been dedicated to serving the needs of Jewish travelers at New York’s airports for more than 40 years.
The Sukkah will be located at Terminal 4, on the East side of the Arrivals level. A Lulav and Esrog will also be available on the premises for those who need to make a Bracha. For hours and other information, please contact Chabad of the Airport or call (347) 770-1749.
In JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 on a bright Thursday afternoon, hundreds assembled in a cordoned off area for a ceremony attended by prominent officials from the Airport’s administration and El-Al Airlines. Continue Reading and view images of the event on ColLive.com.