Airports in Turkey Continues to Rise in Europe

Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan, airports in Turkey, stating that continued in the first quarter of the rise in the European list, "a year the highest increases of over 25 million in the number of passengers between the passengers on the airports Ataturk, was Sabiha Gokcen and Antalya airports." said.

Arslan evaluated the report of the European Airports Council (ACI EUROPE) for the first quarter of the year.

Stating that Europe's most growing airports are Istanbul Atatürk and Sabiha Gökçen and Antalya airports, Arslan said, “In the first quarter of the year, the number of passengers is 21,5 percent at Istanbul Atatürk Airport and 18,5 percent at Sabiha Gökçen Airport. Increased by 16,5 percent at Antalya Airport. ” he spoke.

Arslan said that Lisbon Airport was fourth with 15,8 percent increase and Moscow Airport was fifth with 11,9 percent increase.

Noting that Ankara Esenboğa Airport is the airport that increased its passengers the most with an increase of 10 percent in the ranking of “Airports served between 25 million and 47,8 million passengers per year”, Arslan said that Esenboğa Airport was 19,5 percent, Tel Aviv, 16,9 percent, He said that Budapest with 15,3, 15,1% with Kiev and XNUMX% with Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport followed.

Arslan, referring to the other categories of rankings, said:

“Naples ranks first with 5 percent in the list of airports that serve between 10 million and 46,1 million passengers per year. This city is followed by Heraklion with 41,2 percent, Seville with 30 percent, Valencia with 28,3 percent, and Ibiza with 24,6 percent. In the list of airports serving less than 5 million passengers per year, Varna with 90,8 percent, Batumi with 55,1 percent, Lublin with 54,1 percent, Craiova with 52,5 percent and Kefalonia with 43,3 percent. ”

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