The European Organization for Air Navigation Safety (Eurocontrol) has published a report on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on the aviation industry.
According to the report prepared by the European Organization for Air Navigation Safety (Eurocontrol), Istanbul Airport was the airport with the most flights after Amsterdam Schiphol and London Heathrow Airports.
Over the past week, reaching a daily average of 520 movements a number of Istanbul Airport, the airport most flights were carried out in Turkey. According to data on Tuesday, November 3, Istanbul Airport was the third airport with the busiest traffic in Europe with 452 flights. Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport ranked second with 414 flights and Antalya Airport ranked third with 250 flights. In the report, Turkish Airlines ranked first in Europe on the same day with 541 flights.
It was announced that Atatürk Airport, where general aviation and cargo flights were made, experienced a 35 percent traffic increase in the same week. According to the report, an increase of 40 percent in cargo flights and 24 percent in private flights was observed in May and June.