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How To Spend 19 Hours in Kiev’s Airport

You get pretty upset, is how

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It’s hard to know whom to feel worse for: the 17 Jewish passengers flying Ukraine’s Aerosvit Airlines who were stranded 19 hours in Kiev’s airport after their connecting flight to New York (from Tel Aviv, originally) was canceled; or the Aerosvit employees, who said passengers bum-rushed when they just couldn’t take it anymore.

Most amusing tidbit from the report: “Aerosvit’s representative in Israel, Shimon Mostovoy, was out of the office all day and failed to respond to reporters’ questions.” Two words: undisclosed location.

Frustrated Jewish Passengers Storm Security at Kiev Airport [JPost/Vos Iz Neias?]

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How To Spend 19 Hours in Kiev’s Airport

You get pretty upset, is how

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