Border guards reported that most of the pilgrims arrived at the airports in Boryspil, Odesa, and Vinnytsia.
As reported the Terminal D of the Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) started receiving Israeli pilgrims on September 13.
It is expected that the airport would service around 40,000
passengers during the pilgrimage – 20,000 during arrival and 20,000
during their departure. UIA, AeroSvit, El AL, and Arkia Israel airlines
will carry out the transportation of pilgrims.