The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Etihad Airways on Monday supposed that it meant to start every day planned flights approximately the year to Tel Aviv, Israel from next year.
The message come after the normalisation of political ties between the two nations and the signing of the Abraham Accords between UAE and Israel in Washington DC on September 15, Etihad said in a declaration.
“Only a month later, Etihad became the first GCC carrier to operate a marketable passenger air travel to and from Tel Aviv on October 19, 2020,” it noted.
The new check will be effectual from March 28, 2021 and eyes “greater selection and convenience” for point-to-point business and spare time travellers between the UAE and Israel.
Departures will be timed to connect via Abu Dhabi to key gateways across the Etihad system including China, India, Thailand, and Australia, Etihad extra.
According to a US-brokered contract, Israel had pledged to suspend its designed annexation of Palestinian lands in exchange for a normalisation of ties with the UAE.
The concurrence was the invention of lengthy planning between Israel, the UAE and the United States that accelerated just, White House officials said.
A combined report issued by the three nations said US President Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed had “decided to the full normalisation of family between Israel and the United Arab Emirates”.
The declaration said that “as a result of this diplomatic breakthrough and at the request of President Trump with the hold up of the United Arab Emirates, Israel will suspend declaring sovereignty” over areas of the West Bank that were envisioned in a US plan announced by Trump in January.
The union envisions giving Muslims greater access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old capital of Jerusalem by allowing them to fly from Abu Dhabi to Tel Aviv, White home officials had said.