Tourism Training for Istanbul Airport Taxi Drivers

tourism training for Istanbul airport taxi drivers
tourism training for Istanbul airport taxi drivers

The 'Istanbul Airport Taxi Drivers Tourism Training Program', which will be attended by 1550 taxi drivers, academics, writers, artists and experts in their fields, will be held at Istanbul Airport and will continue until 45 October. Successful completion of the training 'Tourist Friendly Taxi Driver' logo will be given.

Istanbul Governor Ali Yerlikaya said that the tourists coming to Istanbul Airport first saw the police, customs officers and then the taxi drivers, and that the taxi drivers should meet the tourists with smiling faces and beautiful expressions. Lik We aim to earn 2023 million foreign tourists and 70 billion dollars at 70, Yer Yerlikaya said, in October 18 coordinated Istanbul Governorship with the participation of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, district municipalities, universities and professional chambers and other stakeholders.

Yerlikaya told that 29 has been a thousand 17 taxis in Istanbul since the year, but 395 has increased the number of tourists annually. For our driver brother this should be a career vocation. It will be such a profession that it will not be easily obtained, income, social security, insurance will be like man. I want this and we will work together..

Three months Yilmaz noted that they prepare the training program, expressed, "Turkey's best instructor of the training staff, including 45 found people taking part here. We asked the State Theaters just for the benefit of the education and we prepared a special scenario. A team of 15 people will make you hands-on theater on taxi and tourist relationship. Provincial Police Department is sending the best staff. Provincial health personnel will be here with a team of 6 people. The training you receive here will be with you throughout your life, making sure that you are not only dealing with your customers as taxi drivers. ” (T24)

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