Minister Elven, Ordu-Giresun Airport runway to the helicopter to land: Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Lutfi Elvan, first sea made with the filler Ordu-Giresun Airport will come tomorrow army to examine airborne helicopter in Turkey. It was stated that the helicopter of Minister Elvan would later land on the airport runway.
The Governor of Ordu İrfan Balkanlıoğlu said that the Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Lütfi Elvan, will come from Ankara to Ordu to examine the work of Ordu-Giresun Airport, which is under construction in Gulyalı District of Ordu and is planned to be opened by the end of March. Balkanlıoğlu stated that Minister Elvan will first arrive at Samsun Çarşamba Airport on a private plane tomorrow morning and said, “He will come from Samsun to Ordu by helicopter. Ordu-Giresun Airport will examine by helicopter from the air. The helicopter will land on the runway. He will examine here and get a briefing about the studies. ”
31 MILLION TON STONE CRUCKED TO SEA
The foundation of Ordu-Giresun Airport, which was built on the sea jointly for Ordu and Giresun provinces in Gülyalı District of Ordu, was laid 3.5 years ago. Approximately 2 million tons of stones were poured into the sea with 31 thousand trucks per day. The airport, which has a length of 3 thousand meters and a width of 45 meters, was filled with 800 acres of stone and became a piece of land. Scheduled flights are planned to start by the end of May at the airport, where superstructure construction works will be completed by the end of March. Turkey's first sea Ordu-Giresun airport is built on Airport will cost about 340 million.