Ordu-Giresun Airport to Open in the First Half of the Year

Ordu-Giresun Airport Year in the first half to open: Built on the sea for the first time infrastructure and superstructure in Turkey, the world's xnumx'ünc Turkey's and Europe's construction of the airport is the only sea bearing its airport distinction of being made on the Ordu-Giresun Minister Elvan made observations.
“When we look around the world, we see that this airport, which we will be proud of as a country, is the third airport built on the sea in the world. One is being built in Japan, the other is in Hong Kong, and the third is being built in Ordu-Giresun provinces. Therefore, this airport is an airport that can set an example in the world. I think we should be proud of this airport as a country, as a nation. With the construction of Ordu-Giresun airport, the potential of this region will move more quickly. The development of the region will increase the level of welfare much more quickly. Especially in terms of tourism, the communication between the region and other regions will increase much more in terms of the cultural richness of this region. We do not only connect Ordu and Giresun with our other regions, we are meeting with the world with Ordu-Giresun airport ”.
Ordu-Giresun airport opened with Turkey on the airport issue of the Minister Elven stating that exit 54, onto the sea at the airport Giresun and Ordu-made with the filler first in Turkey, the world is a third, he said the work will be completed by the end of March.
Stating that the scheduled flights will start in the first half of this year, Minister Elvan stated that the airport, which has a 3-meter runway, will be completed for 300 million TL, said: “Our plan is to complete our work by the end of March. It works 24 hours a day and night. Scheduled flights will start in the first half of the year. We have lines from Edirne to Kars, stretching from Samsun to the Mediterranean in the Black Sea, from Izmir to Habur, connecting the Central Anatolia to the Mediterranean, connecting the Central Anatolia to the Aegean. . Our work continues within this framework. In the perspective of 2023, we will have a railway line from Samsun to Yozgat, from Yozgat Yerköy to Kışla, from Barracks to the Mediterranean in the program we have put forward. ” Said.

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