In the State Economic Enterprises Commission of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, the balance sheet and final accounts of the General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMI) for the years 2015-2016 were released.
TBMM KIT Commission was convened to discuss the 2015-2016 year accounts and transactions of DHMİ General Directorate.
In his presentation to the commission members, Funda Ocak, General Manager and Chairman of the Board of State Airports Authority, reminded that the general directorate started its operations in 1933, and that DHMI actually operated 56 of the 49 airports in operation.
Stating that there are 33 air navigation auxiliary systems, 393 of which are the radar system, there are XNUMX air navigation auxiliary systems to ensure safe, regular and minimal delay flights.
Providing information on airline flight statistics, Ocak said that, at the end of last year, Atatürk Airport ranked first with 64 million passengers.
January stated that Atatürk Airport was followed by Sabiha Gökçen Airport with 31,3 million passengers, Antalya Airport with 25,9 million passengers, Ankara Esenboğa Airport with 15,8 million passengers and İzmirAdnan Menderes Airport with 12,8 million passengers.
January said that as of January 7,2, 1, all flights at Ataturk Airport will be transferred to Istanbul Airport, whose total investment cost is 2019 billion euros.
Stating that the center of aviation has shifted from west to east, Ocak said, “Istanbul Airport will provide a serious advantage to our national airline company THY.” used the expression.
Stating that Çukurova Airport was built in two parts as infrastructure and superstructure, Ocak stated that the progress in infrastructure construction was 40 percent due to price increases and foreign currency-based increases.
In response to the question of why the commission members delayed the delivery of Istanbul Airport, Jan said that this was not the case, and that after the signing of the contract, they asked for permission from the General Directorate of Forestry, but that the General Directorate was not given the project without the project information.
After the completion of the projects, the permission was received, indicating that January, then delivered the place told.
Noting that there is no treasury guarantee in the Istanbul Airport project, Ocak said that, in accordance with the legislation, 5,9 billion euros of the project was provided with a “conditional debt undertaking guarantee”, which means that 4,5 billion euros of the project was seized in the event of a halt.
Upon inquiring about the hike to DHMI's wage tariffs, Ocak noted that this hike was limited to 20 percent.
January stated that there are two provisions in the Istanbul Airport specification regarding the future of Atatürk Airport. He said that the first one was to shift the passenger and commercial aircraft traffic of Ataturk Airport to Istanbul Airport, and the second was to transfer the sub tenants of TAV, the operator of Ataturk Airport, to Istanbul Airport with the rights and obligations in their existing contracts.
January, Ataturk Airport, aircraft and passenger traffic after moving to Istanbul Airport, education, maintenance, repair and detached pilgrimage and general aviation flights will be realized.
“DHMI has nothing to do with the accident that resulted in the death of Yazıcıoğlu”
January, CHP Zonguldak Member of Parliament Deniz Yavuzyilmaz, the question of whether DHMI was neglected in the accident that Yazıcıoğlu lost his life, said the accident had nothing to do with DHMI.
“22,2 billion lira income was obtained from PPP”
Stating that a total of 2015 people were employed at Istanbul Airport from the day of delivery to October 29, 220, Ocak stated that 30 workers died in a work accident and 25 workers died in natural conditions.
January, 18 public private cooperation (PPP) projects obtained from the income 22,2 billion dollars, paid guarantees that the 112 million dollars by drawing attention to the amount of 27,6 billion dollars, then stressed.
Subsequently, the balance sheet and final accounts of the General Directorate of State Airports Authority on the 2015-2016 years were released.