On the other hand, it is more or less certain that the machine with the identification T7-CPX flew south in Tel Aviv at around 5 p.m. last Sunday, along the coast of the Red Sea, and then turned east just before the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula, over the open Sea to Saudi Arabia. This is how international flight data services have recorded it.
The alleged passengers are only known from the Israeli press: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, his military adviser Avi Bluth, security advisor Meir Ben-Shabbath and Mossad boss Jossi Cohen. On the way to a meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, together with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. If the reports are correct, it would have been a historic encounter.