The man appeared to be a professional who had been blown off course.
The airlines also provide inexpensive options for Turks living abroad—including 3 million citizens in Germany—to visit Turkey.
They were removed for "unruly" behavior, which included loudly joking that they were in possession of explosives.
“This man is a one-man explosive,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz welcomed the agreement, saying it was a sign the two countries had chosen “the way of peace.”
"I am one of the first political leaders officially declaring that anti-Semitism is a crime," he said.
At the time of the attack, Suher was on vacation with his wife, Inbal, to celebrate his birthday.
Kaplan has a history of making anti-Semitic remarks, having previously written that Jews “rule the Western universities and world media.”
Recent developments in Turkey and Israel have led analysts to speculate that there is a possibility of a Turkish-Israeli rapprochement.