Luxner, Larry
September 2000
Middle East;Sep2000, Issue 304, p29
Reports on the plan to build a cargo terminal at the Gaza International Airport in Rafah, Gaza Strip. Inauguration of the airport as a gateway to a Palestinian state in November 1998; Number of passengers and volume of cargo handled at the airport in 1999; Economic impact of the proposed terminal.


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