European Airports Council (ACI) 's 2018 announced the first half - hub connection report. According to the report, Turkey; 5 in Europe after Spain, Germany, England and France. ranked. January-June period increased the number of direct links to the countries most in five countries, Turkey was the 12 percent. In the first six months of the year Indirect flights 10 percent growth in the first Spain, Turkey was second with 9 percent growth. Turkey, the airport also took first place in connection with the 10.6 percent increase in the first half of the year basis.
According to the report the issuance of belonging to 2013-2018 and 2008-2018 five-year and ten-year development figures, Turkey direct connection number so 35 in the last five years, 23 percent indirect connections, airport connections developed 29 percent 47 and hub connections percent. Since 2008 191 percent of the direct connection, the 130 percent indirect links, airports and hub connection so 157 534 percent of that increase Turkey, the route network in all categories over the last decade was the most developed countries.
Istanbul Ataturk Airport, in the first 6 monthly period of the year, is located in the hub of Istanbul, Istanbul and 4. ranked. The airport, which provided the highest growth compared to the first six months of the previous year, was the Frankfurt Airport with 12.8 and Istanbul Atatürk Airport with 4.8.
In January-June period, 1.2 in the European rankings with the growth of 5 in the Ataturk Airport in terms of the number of direct connections. 7 in the world hub link ranking, while being. It was. 2008 in the world in 32. Atatürk Airport 10 is the most developed airport in the year.
43.2 and 492 record growth in the last five years and XNUMX in the last decade, Istanbul Ataturk Airport was the first airport to improve hub connection.
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In the first six months of 2018, Turkish airports were at the top in terms of direct flights. 25 1 with more than one million passengers. Within the group airports, Antalya Airport is the first with 44,8 growth, while the 10-25 2 with the capacity of million passengers. İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport was the first with an increase of 23 and Esenboğa Airport was the second with an increase of 22.9.
In the 2013-2018 period, Sabiha Gökçen Airport was ranked first with 64 growth, while Antalya Airport was the fourth in Europe with 45 growth. Since the 2008, Sabiha Gokcen Airport was the first with 929 growth in direct flights and Antalya Airport was the second with the growth of 226 and the Istanbul Atatürk Airport was the third of the first 104 airport with the highest growth rate in Europe with the growth of 5. In the second group of airports, Esenboğa Airport was the first airport with the highest growth rate of 169, while İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport was the second with 131 growth.