As a result of the surprising Benjamin Netanyahu-Abd al-Fattah al-Burhan meeting earlier this month, an Israeli based aircraft flew non-stop from Kinshasa, DRC to Israel’s Ben-Gurion Airport by flying over Sudan for the first time.
– Other planes have used route but were never registered as “Israeli.”
By Itay Blumenthal
An Israeli plane made history this weekend by becoming the country’s first-ever aircraft to fly through Sudanese airspace, as it traveled to Tel Aviv from Kinshasa.
The plane took off from Israel early last week for the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo and made its return to Ben-Gurion Airport in the skies over Sudan. Continue Reading »