Israel to resume regular flight to Turkey after 5 year hiatus

By GLOBES/KOBY YESHAYAHOU
December 18, 2013 16:30

Israel will renew regular flights to Turkey following a hiatus of more than 5 years Transportation Minister Israel Katz has announced.

Civil Aviation Authority Director General Giora Romm and his Turkish counterpart Bilal Ekşi signed an agreement in Ankara Tuesday allowing for the renewal of flights by Israeli carriers to Turkey. This announcement follows months of discussion between the two countries’ aviation authorities.


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