His Excellency Engineer Nayef Al-Abri, Chairman of the Omani Civil Aviation Authority, confirmed that the Israeli aircraft will be a transit flight only over Omani airspace, without being allowed to land.
He added – in response to a question addressed to him by a newspaper "raised" Domestic – that the Civil Aviation Authority is a technical institution and is committed to international conventions, including the Chicago Treaty that was signed in 1944 and committed to by all countries of the world. what you have committed to in this treaty. This year we have completed 50 years of our commitment to it.
He added: Specifically with regard to Israeli aviation, the authority’s statement was clear to the passing planes only, unless an emergency landing occurred in compliance with what was stated in the international treaty, otherwise the permission is not to land at Omani airports in any case.
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