Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan, Turkey's descent from July, reported average daily aircraft movements in European airspace, adding some 283 new traffic in Europe is well settled 1.
Minister Arslan, said in a statement, one of the most effective components of a prosperous country in the country and said that transportation is a trigger for many sectors of this field, he said.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim Arslan's leadership, the striking realization of transport infrastructure in the biggest breakthrough in the history of the Republic, "especially in the aviation industry was the fastest growing country in the world Turkey. International air freight sector grew by 5,6 percent in the last decade Turkey has found 14 per cent. " said.
Reminding that the number of active airports, which has been 14 in the last 26 years, has exceeded twice the number of 55, Arslan said that the existing airports have been renewed.
Arslan, emphasizing that the airline has been turned into a “way of the people” as a result of the studies carried out, according to the data of the European Air Navigation Safety Organization (EUROCONTROL), Istanbul Atatürk Airport rose to the 4th place in Europe in departure traffic in July this year. The Netherlands Schiphol Airport, which has the busiest traffic in Europe, was ranked first, Paris Charles de Gaulle in the second place and Frankfurt Airport in the third place. ” he spoke.
In the first half of this year, Arslan stated that there was an increase of 4,2 percent in European air space on average. When the month of July is examined, Istanbul Atatürk Airport was ranked 7th in Europe and 8th in the last three years. He noted that he had risen to the queue.
Arslan, saying last month, Turkey's landing and aircraft movement some in European airspace on a daily average of 283, adding new traffic again in Europe, 1 in order to settle, "238 new traffic in second place Germany, 224 traffic Spain, 187 traffic England is following. ” used the expression.