Palestinian Authority urges Palestinians not to use Israeli airport

The Palestinian Authority urged Palestinians not to take advantage of concessions promised by Israel that would allow them to travel through Ramon Airport in southern Israel, saying they should have their own airport.
Israel's Airports Authority this month said Palestinians from the West Bank would be offered special flights from Ramon, near the Red Sea resort city of Eilat, to destinations in Turkey
The move followed pressure from the United States to ease some of the strict travel restrictions which prevent Palestinians from using Israeli airports - including Ben Gurion, Israel's main international hub - without special permission.
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