A plane is reflected in the facade of the Ramon International Airport after an inauguration ceremony for the new airport, just outside the southern Red Sea resort city of Eilat, Israel January 21, 2019. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
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Jordan Monday hit out at Israel's move to open a new international airport along their shared border close to the Red Sea, saying it would threaten the kingdom's airspace.Jordan first voiced its objection to the new Israeli airport when construction began in 2013 .The airport sits just across the border from Jordan's King Hussein International Airport in the Red Sea city of Aqaba.The airport will be able to expand to a capacity of 4.2 million by 2030 .Ramon is designed to take any planes rerouted from Ben Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv.
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