The photo of Israeli security officers holding boxes of Krembo, a chocolate-covered marshmallow candy, and striding towards a Royal Jordanian flight on the tarmac of the Ben-Gurion Airport is still making locals smile.
The sweet treat – an Israeli winter-time favorite – was given to passengers aboard an Airbus en route from Dubai to Amman, who suddenly found themselves in an emergency landing scenario in Tel Aviv.
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Reports cited poor visibility and low fuel as reasons the Jordanian flight crew requested a Tel Aviv landing.
The Royal Jordanian plane landed safely, refueled, and jetted off for Amman not long after.