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1000s Already Buying Tickets To Fly To Uman For Rosh Hashanah

1Thousands of persons have already purchased tickets to fly to Uman, to the tziyun of Rav Nachman for Rosh Hashanah. It appears buying a ticket now ensures the lowest possible price. There is also a considerable difference in price between a direct flight and one with a stopover.

The Ladaat website reports that a group of core Breslov Chassidim have decided to look into buying tickets early to ensure a spot and save money. It appears those buying tickets now are spending a bit more than $200 and the word is spread by word of mouth. They purchased tickets a few weeks ago however, the airline ten announced it made an error and canceled also the bookings.

Now the chassidim report having purchased tickets for $300-$400, depending on the length of the flight and stopovers. Direct flights are a bit over three hours to the Kiev Airport, but at these prices, with stops, the flight will in fact be about six hours.

Ladaat adds one can book a flight for $410 around Rosh Hashanah time that leaves Ben-Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv at 19:20, which arrives in Kiev at 02;20. One can book this online on one’s own, without a travel agent.

However, Ukraine Airlines from Tel Aviv to Kiev direct will cost $801 on the same date and the flight is three hours and 15 minutes.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

5 Responses

  1. The idea of trying to pray to God with 40-50,000 screaming Breslovers pushing me is so foreign that even if they gave me a ticket and paid my way, I would never desecrate the Holy Days by praying in a carnival like Uman.

    I will instead go to my regular synagogue and try to connect to God.

  2. Garlic most aren’t Bresliv. They are there for the happening
    But where does it say leave your wife and. Hildren so you can have a good time sorry stay home and be a husband

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