The first three months of this year 3 thousand 318 people serving Istanbul Airport, where the number of passengers left behind accommodate the population of Turkey's 182 provinces.
Built on an area of 76,5 million square meters in total, the first phase of Istanbul Airport, which was opened to the flights with the official program on October 29, 2018, continues its international and domestic flights after the end of the historical move on 6 April, which is called the “Great Migration”.
Istanbul Airport hosted 193 domestic and 816 passengers on the international line in the January-March period of this year. In the first 124 months of 366, this airport hosted 2019 thousand 3 passengers.
In the first three months of this year, 23 left the population of the province behind
Istanbul Airport where the number of passengers served by the partial operations in the first three months of this year, outpacing the population of Turkey's 23 provinces.
Istanbul Airport, Bolu, Nevşehir, Kars, Kırıkkale, Hakkari, Bingöl, Burdur, Yalova, Karaman, Karabük, Kırşehir, Erzincan, Bilecik, Sinop, Çankırı, Bartın, Iğdır, Artvin, Gümüşhane, Kilis with the number of passengers they host in January, February and March. , Ardahan left Tunceli and Bayburt's population behind.
3 Bin 122 Tons Load Moved
Istanbul Airport hosted 2 bin 630 air traffic during the three months of this year. During this period, a thousand 476 flight-in-flight expedition, while the performance of the thousand 154 flight was also organized from the international.
A total of 2 565 commercial flights were made at the airport, where the flights continue to increase, in three months of this year. 413 domestic and international, 152 thousand commercial flights were carried out at Istanbul Airport.
From Istanbul Airport in January, February and March of 2019; The burden of luggage, cargo and mail was carried by thousands of aircraft. A total of 274 thousand 848 tons of freight was transported from the airport in this period, including 3 domestic and 122 tons of domestic lines. (Source: DHMİ)