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They're expending their energy and power signing a protocol to supplement Palestinian Airlines ' two noisy turboprops, the Fokker airplanes that do quick there-and-backs twice a week for up to 62 passengers between El Arish and Amman.
On Sunday, Palestinian Airlines carried 27 passengers on a flight that could have taken 35 minutes had it taken a direct route over Israel, but instead it took twice the amount of time as it does not have permission to cross Israeli airspace.
Palestinian Airlines director general Zeyad Albad said, "We started yesterday from Amman to El-Arish and from El-Arish to Amman.
NYSE: GLC), a global travel distribution services leader, announced today that it has received a Letter of Intent from the Arab Air Carriers Organisation (AACO) confirming that Palestinian Airlines has chosen Galileo International as its preferred system provider for the territories of the West Bank and Gaza in the Middle East.
Palestinian Civil Aviation head Fayez Zaidan tells reporters Israel intercepted a Palestinian Airlines flight which took off from Gaza for Jordan's capital Amman.
Zaidan noted that the fuselages will be painted with the words Palestinian Airlines and not Air Palestine - in deference to Israel's feeling that the word Palestine carries the aura of statehood.
From Wednesday Palestinian Airlines has recommenced its business operations subsequent to parking of its airplanes for seven years and also operated a flight amid the Egyptian town of Arish and Amman, the capital of Jordon.
Whether El Al planes will ever take off or land at Gaza "depends on reciprocity and whether Palestinian Airlines would be authorised to fly to Ben-Gurion," said Yarkoni.