Sukkah at JFK Offers Travelers a Chance To Do a Mitzvah

Photos: Dovber Hechtman

Hundreds of Jewish airline passengers performed the mitzvos of Sukka and Lulav at the Chabad Air Sukka and mitzva booth at JFK’s terminal 4.

Bochurim and Anash from Crown Heights were on hand at JFK airport helping Jewish travelers perform the mitzva of Sukka and Lulav.

Chabad of the Airport, directed by Rabbi Yossi Rapp arranged for a Sukkah to be available for all the passengers and staff of JFK Airport, the airport that services many international flights to Eretz Yisroel.

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 is located at Terminal 4, on the East side of the Arrivals level, and is available on Wednesday and Thursday from 7am until 11pm. A Lulav and Esrog is also be available on the premises for those who need to make a Bracha.

Please contact Chabad of the Airport for any questions at (347) 770-1749 or

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