The Ramon Airport near Eilat in Israel may soon be used by citizens of the Gaza Strip traveling by air to Turkey.
According to Channel 12, the pilot program might begin as early as July, when two flights are scheduled.
The security and political levels must approve the ultimate choice.
The flights would be accessible to individuals 35 and older, according to sources in Gaza.
From the Erez border in the northern Gaza Strip, they will be transported to the airport.
Currently, Gazans cross the Erez border by land and then take a flight from Jordan to other nations.
The announcement follows a similar one made by the Israel Airports Authority in August 2022 on the launch of Ramon Airport as a charter flight destination for Palestinians coming from Judea and Samaria.
The first aircraft from the airport to carry Palestinian Arabs took off on August 22. It was not going to Turkey; it was going to Cyprus.
The Palestinian Authority opposes using the Israeli airport because they believe it violates Palestinian sovereignty and the alliance between Palestine and Jordan, according to the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center.