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  • cornel fleming
    Nov 19, 2005
      hi, the answer to your question...rfrom vienna it is a joint flight of
      aua(austrian airlines) and ukrainia air., to both cities. re direct
      flights,impossible to say,currently just a rumour even though it comes from
      airline sources. cornel
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <jfa2000@...>
      To: "cornel fleming" <cornel.fleming@...>;
      Sent: Friday, November 18, 2005 11:01 PM
      Subject: Re: [czernowitz2006] information

      > Thank you Cornel for all the good information. I have a question: do you
      > know which airlines make the flight from Vienna to Lviv? And from Vienna
      > to Kiev?
      > Also when you say "by next year", does that mean by May? Or in sufficient
      > time for us to cancel other flights if one becomes available (by what
      > airline?) directly to Czernowitz from outside Ukraine, which of course
      > would be the best of all possible worlds... ?
      > I really appreciate all the hard work being done by the committee. And, if
      > I have neglected to respond to any information/queries over this past
      > week, it's because our e-mail server connection was somehow disconnected,
      > and I've lost everything both incoming and outgoing. Even though it was
      > out of my control I apologize for any inconvenience it may have caused
      > anyone.... But we're back on-line now.
      > Til later. Jessica, San Diego, CA
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: cornel fleming <cornel.fleming@...>
      > Sent: Nov 18, 2005 12:47 PM
      > To: czernowitz2006@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [czernowitz2006] information
      > shabat shalom to all. here is the latest info i have gathered through my
      > czernowitz agent. it is currently fully accurate but there is a
      > possibility
      > that by next year there will be flights to cz. from outside the ukraine.
      > currently we can fly to kiev or lwiw(lemberg). lviv or lwiw(take your
      > pick!)
      > has flightconnections with frankfurt,vienna and warsaw. frankfurt-lviv
      > tuesd and frid dep 12.10 arr. 14.10. lviv- frankfurt tues and frid
      > dep
      > 9.05, arr.11.05. vienna-lviv on monday ,wednesday,friday and sunday
      > dep.
      > 14.15, arr.15.45. lviv-vienna same days, dep 16.20, arr.17.35.
      > warsaw-lviv daily. dep. 12.25 ,arr.13.45, return 14.10 with arr 16.00
      > from lviv it is about 5 hrs by car or bus, and it is a fascinating drive
      > through " fiddler on the roof "villages.....the shtetls are still there
      > just
      > the jews are not! kiev is the capital so has worldwide connections.
      > there is an internal flight to cz. daily dep 15.10 arr.in cz.16.40.
      > for those who want to go via bucharest, there is a daily train to suceava.
      > from there one has to be collected by car. this i am told is the most
      > expensive way to go., but if anyone particularly wants this it can be
      > arranged. now, in czernowitz itself. both the
      > cheremosh
      > and the bukowina have rooms with aircon but only 5-6 rooms each so
      > equipped.. but, the bukowina has just done a major renovation and
      > upgrade
      > of most of the rooms and their restaurant i am told is also very good.
      > from
      > personal experience the cheremosh food is adequate but not exactly a
      > culinary sensation, and their breakfast is designed for compulsive
      > slimmers!
      > i have been in contact with the town hall (rathaus to you!) and there is
      > a
      > provisional reception for those who want to come laid on for the afternoon
      > of the 19th. the mayor cannot guarantee to be there however since there
      > are
      > city elections in march and he might not survive!!! next, the
      > rabbi
      > is very willing to say kaddish with and for us at the memorial to our
      > people shot by the germans, and any who wifsh to attend shul are very
      > welcome. a daytrip to transnistria is also possible. guides and
      > cars/buses can be sorted as and when required. i agree that all the
      > available details should go to die stimme ,the result could be more of
      > us
      > going! and now it is up to all of you to sit down by your keyboards
      > and
      > have your say. cornel
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