© Reuters. Israeli and U.S. officials to fly to UAE to cement ‘normalisation’ deal
TEL AVIV (Reuters) – The first official Israeli flight to the United Arab Emirates took off on Monday from Tel Aviv, carrying U.S. and Israeli delegates to talks on cementing an Israel-UAE normalisation deal brokered by Washington.
Saudi Arabia, which does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, has given permission for the El Al Airlines Boeing (NYSE:) 737 to fly over its territory en route to the UAE’s capital of Abu Dhabi, a source familiar with the flight plan said.
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