Jordan and Israel plan to build joint airport at Aqaba
The Jordanian and Israeli governments are to step up plans to build an international airport at Jordan's Red Sea resort of Aqaba that would serve both countries.
The planned airport at Aqaba will have two terminals - one Jordanian and one Israeli - and will service international carriers.
The project has been in the works for more than a decade, and was revived when Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Shimon Peres, whose portfolio includes development of the Negev Desert region in southern Israel, and Jordan's King Abdullah II
, who favours expanding economic ties with Israel, decided to accelerate joint economic projects.
After the peace treaty with Jordan was signed in 1994, it decided to build a new facility with the Jordanians. The project was shelved when the Palestinian intifada erupted in September 2000.
Interesting and suggesting hope...but I can't beleive some radical won't want to go in and blow it up...