Palestinian Airlines

Palestinian Airlines is an airline based in Palestinian Gaza and a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization.


The Company was established on 1 January 1995 and started business in June 1997 with charter flights to bring pilgrims to Jeddah. Originally should go from Gaza flights, but because of the ban by the Israeli government, the operations were moved to Port Said in the north of Egypt.

The first scheduled flights were carried out to Jordan and Saudi Arabia on 23 July 1997 from the airport al -Arish in Egypt. Palestinian Airlines returned to Gaza, as the Yasser Arafat International Airport was opened there in November 1998. The airline introduced as a result of the riots in October 2000, the operation and was forced to return to al -Arish in December 2001 and led there by a restricted flight operations. In April 2005, Palestinian Airlines introduced its own flight operations first.

On May 9, 2012, the operations of al -Arish in the Jordanian capital Amman was resumed.


As of December 2012 scheduled flights between al - Arish and Amman are conducted exclusively, also the aircraft of the company are also offered in leasing.


As of November 2013, the fleet of Palestinian Airlines consists of two planes: