Israel’s public transporter El Al on Thursday declared a first cargo plane trip to Dubai, days after its noteworthy business traveler outing to the United Arab Emirates.

Following closely following an arrangement to standardize Israel-UAE ties, the loaded flight is planned to take off from Ben Gurion air terminal close Tel Aviv on September 16, the aircraft said in an announcement.

The Boeing 747 airplane will convey “horticultural and cutting edge hardware” from Israel to the Emirates, El Al stated, with the course set to turn into a normal Wednesday apparatus later on.

“The week after week El Al payload trip to Dubai will empower Israeli organizations availability in import and fare from and to Dubai, just as Asia in the move from Dubai,” El Al said.

On Monday an El Al departure from Ben Gurion took an assignment of US and Israeli authorities to the UAE capital Abu Dhabi, to draft arrangements after an unexpected political advancement a month ago.

The noteworthy direct excursion was not just the primary business trip between the nations yet in addition the principal official trip of the Israeli transporter over Saudi Arabia.

The El Al plane made a similar outing backward the next day when it came back to Tel Aviv.

The United Arab Emirates and Israel are required to sign the US-facilitated accord, Israel’s first with a Gulf country and just its third with an Arab state, at the White House in the coming weeks.