Critical step for Rize-Artvin Airport

Rize and Artvin critical step for the airport: the third world, Turkey's second airport on the sea will be built by Rize and Artvin fill method for Airport High Planning Council (HPC) it took the decision.
12 May 2014, the feasibility study signed Rize-Artvin Airport, Ordu-Giresun Airport model will be constructed by taking the 2,5 times more fill will be used. Although there will be an airport to be built on the sea, it will have the same dimensions and characteristics as the land airports. The airport is designed with reference to the Boeing 737-800 type airplanes for the take-off departures. With the terminal building and other superstructure facilities, the airport will be able to serve 45 million passengers per year.
Approx. 34 to Rize center, about 105 kilometers to the center of Trabzon and about 75 to Artvin border. There will be a 30 kilometer-long runway, 120-meter taxiway, apron, terminal building at the port to be established within a distance of 3 from Artvin.
The ground drilling study and bathymetric map acquisition studies were completed for the airport, which made a decision regarding the application to the Ministry of Development, and the public information meeting for the Environmental Impact and Assessment Report (EIA). The project was started for the development of the protector breakaway section and the infrastructure final project preparation and reconstruction plan.
The Directorate of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication was proposed as the total amount of 2016 million liras project including 600 million liras infrastructure and 150 million liras superstructure construction. After the 750 investment program has been taken into consideration, the works are underway for the infrastructure tender.


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