CHP's Aygun Carries the Problems at Istanbul Airport to the Parliament

chpli aygun moves to Istanbul
chpli aygun moves to Istanbul

Istanbul Airport, the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure related to the problems of the CHP deputy Tekirdag Deputy Ilhami Ozcan Aygun, claimed that the risk of flight security.

SözcüAccording to the report of Saygı ÖZTÜRK from Turkey; CHP Tekirdağ Deputy Dr. İlhami Özcan Aygun gave a comprehensive question about the problems at Istanbul Airport. Aygun stated that the wind power plant with 24 megawatts (MW) owned by Lodos Elektrik Üretim A.Ş., at the bottom of Istanbul Airport, was bought by Cengiz İnşaat, MNG, Limak and Kalyon Aviation on the grounds that it negatively affected the flight safety of pilots. Stating that the power plant will be dismantled and moved to another area, Aygun said, “All these developments do not reveal the feasibility problem at Istanbul Airport?” asked.


Aygun, the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, Mehmet Cahit Turhan, who asked the answer to the question, asked that the wind exposure from the sea surface will increase more due to the increase in the micro scale heating speed and cooling rate, Kumko and Florya said, Has a measurement been made on site outside the Meteorology Station? ” said. Aygun asked the following questions to be answered in his proposal:

- Why was the wind warning of the Union of Chambers of Turkish Architects and Engineers taken into account? While it is known that the Turkish Aeronautical Association's Technical Unit has not approved the project due to the winds coming from the Black Sea, how was this project implemented?

- Are you going to set up a weather monitoring radar at the airport?

- Is the claim that the automatic approach system established for parking at the airport is not working?

- Why is the heating system of the runways still not installed?


Indicating that the Istanbul Airport was open to winds coming directly from the sea, Aygun pointed out in the 2014rd Istanbul Technical Report of the Istanbul Provincial Coordination Board of the Union of Chambers of Turkish Architects and Engineers (TMMOB) in December 3:

“In the report, which indicates that the aircraft should take the wind from the front and the wind taken from the back and from the side is dangerous, it was stated that the Turkish Aeronautical Association's Technical Unit did not approve the project due to the winds coming from the Black Sea. In the report, it is stated that the data received from Kumköy, Florya and Göztepe Meteorology Station for Istanbul Airport EIA Report do not reflect the values ​​in the project area. The justification of these warnings appeared on May 17. 8 planes were directed to Çorlu Atatürk Airport because of the intense wind. Many planes have delayed up to 1 hour. It is not known how much the capacity of Çorlu Atatürk Airport can meet these directions. ”



    Be the first to comment