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Istanbul New Airport to be heart of Silk Road

Miscellaneous agreements have been signed within the scope of Istanbul New Airport in fields varying from airlines to cargo and from ground services to retail areas. The airport, which will serve nearly 100 airlines, will constitute the airway of the Silk Road. The Istanbul New Airport is preparing to become a worldwide showcase for the country. Expected to host nearly 100 airlines, some of which will be operating in Turkey for the first time, the airport has been designed with futuristic applications regarding passenger experience, comfort and technology.
While construction continues rapidly at Istanbul New Airport to make it operational by 2018, commercial agreements are also being signed in a variety of fields. Accordingly, significant agreements were signed in the fields of cargo, ground services, commercial areas and airlines in May.
With regard to the agreements signed within the scope of Istanbul New Airport, IGA CEO Hüseyin Keskin said their projects regarding the collaborations are moving quickly in order to open Istanbul New Airport, saying that they came together with their business partners in many areas such as cargo, ground services and airline companies by signing important agreements in May.
“The intense interest in our airport is exciting. Soon we will start to announce our agreements. Thanks to the bridges we have established between new regions of the world and our country, we will further strengthen Turkey’s commercial power, therefore accelerating our economic development with a butterfly effect,” Keskin said, suggesting that the new airport will establish the airway of the Silk Road by connecting countries such as India and China, which do not have direct flights to Turkey. “We will create new opportunities for global actors based on centuries of common trade, while breathing new life into competition, not just in Turkey, but in the whole world” he added.
Istanbul New Airport, both a transfer hub and an attractive destination in aviation, will also host important retail brands that have not yet entered the Turkish market. Istanbul New Airport, which will have the largest duty free area in the world, will host approximately 400 important international brands.

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