Atatürk Airport displaced Frankfurt: Atatürk Airport increased the number of passengers by 11 percent, becoming the third most used airport in Europe.
Istanbul Atatürk Airport passed Frankfurt and Amsterdam airports in the first quarter of the year and became the third most populous airport in Europe.
FRANKFURT TAKES THE THRONE FROM
Atatürk Airport, which ranked 2013th in the list of the most crowded airports in Europe in 5, increased the number of passengers by 11 percent this year, reaching 12,4 million people. Frankfurt was behind Istanbul with 12,2 million passengers and 11,2 million passengers in Amsterdam. Frankfurt, which has been in the top three on the list since the 1960s, will fall behind the top three for the first time if Istanbul is to maintain this performance year-round.
INCREASED THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS BY 2013 PERCENT IN 14
Atatürk Airport increased the number of passengers by 2013 percent in 14, making it the second largest growth in the world after Kuala Lumpur. A total of 2013 million passengers passed through the area in 51,2. According to the International Airports Council's report; Frankfurt airport increased the number of passengers by 0,9 percent in the first quarter.
LONDON HEATHROW AIRPORT IS IN THE FIRST STAGE
At the top of the list is London Heathrow Airport with 72,4 million passengers, followed by Paris Charles de Gaulle with 62 million passengers. According to Atatürk Airport operator TAV, the number of passengers at Atatürk Airport is expected to increase by 10 percent.