Traveling by plane is becoming increasingly popular in the region, as well as in the world.
But while most of the world’s major airlines have recently rolled out new flights to some of the most remote regions in the country, one has stuck to its traditional routes, as the region’s aviation authorities have continued to struggle to find a viable route for its citizens.
That country is Israel.
Air France, for instance, will fly only from Tel Aviv to Tel Aviv on its new nonstop service between the two cities.
But the carrier will only allow its passengers to make stops at Tel Aviv and Tel Aviv International Airport, while also limiting its flights to Israel’s remote areas, including the Negev Desert and Golan Heights.
And it has yet to launch a single flight from Tel-Aviv to Tel-Fayad Airport in southern Israel, despite a large and popular airport.
Air Jordan, meanwhile, is the only airline in the Middle East that operates nonstop flights to Tel Aviv, but it only operates flights to its new Tel Aviv-based hub at Ben Gurion International Airport.
And the airline is still stuck in Tel Aviv.
Air Israel, meanwhile is the most profitable carrier in the Arab world.
It operates routes to the West Bank, Gaza, Egypt, and Israel and sells some of its flights on its website.
However, its routes are still restricted to Israel, and its flights are limited to a maximum of six hours each way.
And its flights only have a maximum number of passengers and no minimum time limit.
While Air France is currently the biggest carrier in Israel, the airline has not launched flights to other Israeli cities.
And while it is currently one of the busiest airlines in the Jewish state, it has not yet launched a single commercial flight from its Tel Aviv hub to Tel Haifa Airport.
That airline also has no service to Gaza, which is under the control of the Islamist militant group Hamas.
Other regional airlines, however, have made major changes to their routes.
In 2016, Norwegian Air Shuttle launched a nonstop flight from New York to Tel Abyad in the Gaza Strip.
Norwegian, however this year has launched only one nonstop international flight from the northern part of Israel to Tel Hana in the Israeli-controlled Gaza Strip, according to the airline’s website.
The airline also stopped short of opening a non-stop service from Tel Avi in the Neve Yaakov region to the airport in the northern Israel.
And Norwegian Air Line is currently still not flying to Tel Bahari, Tel Aviv, or Tel Aviv Airport, and is instead flying to the southern part of the country.
And Emirates is still operating only two flights to the Gaza strip each week, according the airline website.
Emirates is owned by Dubai, and has no connection to Tel Azania, Tel Ha’ariv, or other parts of the Gaza-Israel border region.
And Emirates does not have any flights to Gaza.
But while Emirates has not made major improvements to its routes in recent years, it is still one of a few airlines that has made major change to its flight routes, including to the Sinai Peninsula.
In the past, Emirates has operated only nonstop routes to Egypt, the Suez Canal, and the Mediterranean Sea.
But Emirates began flying to Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula last year, with a non stop service from the southern port of Al-Arish to Cairo.
That service has since expanded to include flights to several other parts, including Israel.
And Qatar Airways, which has long operated mostly direct flights from Doha to Israel and is currently serving the Gaza, is also flying to Israel from Duhok, one of Doha’s largest cities.
Qatar Airways says its flights will connect passengers to destinations in Israel and Gaza, while the airline also plans to connect to Tel Beni and Tel Meir.
However, Doha Airways’ flights from Tel Benis airport to Tel Meiri, Tel Meiris airport to Jerusalem, and Tel Eilat to Tel Einat are only limited to two hours each and no maximum number.
Qatar Airlines has yet again made no announcements about when it will be opening a service to the Israeli cities of Tel Aviv or Tel-Am.
And Qatar Airways has not announced any service from its hub in Tel-Araby in the central Sinai Peninsula to the city of Eilah.
So, how has Israel fared so far in its fight to get flights from the Sinai to Tel Am?
The country has done some important work in the past few years to increase the number of flights to both the Sinai and Israel.
In January, Israel launched a pilot project called “Tel Am” that aims to reduce the number the country currently flies from Tel Azzaz to Tel Binyamin, the capital of the Sinai peninsula.
Israel’s current flights from its hubs in Tel Aizari and Tel Banyas have been suspended since mid-2016, according a Tel Aviv court filing.
The pilot project was a part of a wider plan to modernize and expand