All flights between Israel and the United Arab Emirates have the green light to fly through Saudi Arabian airspace after diplomatic pressure from the Trump administration, Axios reported Wednesday.

The first flight from Israel to the UAE occurred on Monday, when Israeli and American delegations landed in the UAE to enter trilateral discussions regarding commerce and regional security.

Talks over airspace use commenced Tuesday between Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and Jared Kushner, in which Riyadh approved civilian aviation transport through its airspace. Importantly, Israel does not currently have normalized or formal diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia, rendering this agreement a potential step toward increased Israeli-Saudi engagement.