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Old November 11th, 2017, 05:58 PM   #341
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Old November 28th, 2017, 06:15 PM   #342
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The Sabiha Gökçen Airport, located on the Asian side of İstanbul, hosted a total of 3.2 million passengers last month, according to a statement from the airport’s operation company.



The number of passengers using the airport saw a 13 percent increase with 3.2 million passengers in July compared to the figures in the last year over the same period, which was 2.6 million, Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport Investment Development and Operation Inc. (ISG) said in a statement on Aug. 8.

It added that the number of domestic flight passengers hit 2 million in July with a 12 percent increase, while one million international flight passengers used the airport last month, seeing a 15 percent increase.

In addition, the airport also hosted a total of 17.4 million passengers in the first seven months of the year, according to the statement.

This marked a four percent increase from the last year’s figures.

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Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) has exercised its right of first refusal to acquire the remaining 40 per cent stakes in İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Uluslararası Havalimanı Yatirım, Yapım ve İşletme A.Ş. (İSG) and LGM Havalimanı İşletmeleri Ticaret ve Turizm A.Ş. which is currently owned by Limak Group for RM1.18 billion.

Although MAHB will gain full ownership of the airport, the existing management structure will not change and the airport will continue to be managed by the existing Turkish leadership team that will report to the İSG board as usual.

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MAHB Turkey operations to register positive growth with passenger traffic to grow 7pc: Kenanga Research
By AYISY YUSOF - November 27, 2017 @ 5:28pm
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airport Holdings Bhd (MAHB) Turkey operations is expected to note positive growth, while passenger growth is expected to grow 7 per cent and 10 per cent for Turkey and Malaysia respectively for the financial year ending, December 31 (FY17).

Kenanga Research expects Turkey passenger volume to improve by 7 per cent from the current growth rate of 4 per cent, supported by the referendum held on April 16, 2017, a positive development for Turkey’s tourism.

The research house said the potential re-rating catalysts are due to stronger than expected recovery in Turkey and higher than expected passenger growth in Malaysian operations.

"The referendum adopts a presidential system of government that will make Turkish democracy more resilient by putting an end to the existing weak coalition of governments, which could possibly deter future military interventions," it said.

Kenanga noted MAHB’s Turkey airport operation improved in October in terms of passenger growth, which registered year-on-year (YoY) growth of 6.6 per cent, an increased of 10.3 per cent and 4.9 per cent for international and domestic passenger growth, respectively.

"We deem broadly inline on expectation of a stronger fourth quarter (Q4) 2017 MAHB due to seasonality factors."

Kenanga noted in the first nine months 2017, MAHB’s core net profit registered RM166 million, accounting for 68 per cent from its estimation.

"We make no changes to our FY17 and FY18 earnings forecasts and maintain our target price of RM8.38, given the better earnings prospects from the new passenger service charge structure and the operating agreement extension.”

CIMB Research said it also raised MAHB’s for FY17 to FY19 core earnings per share forecasts by 12-21 per cent with a target price of RM10.56 by the end of 2018.

This was attributed to both Malaysia and Turkey good results, promising recovery at Instanbul Sabiha Gokcen (ISG), revising up ISG passenger traffic growth and potential for additional valuation in ISG.

CIMB expects Malaysian passenger traffic growth would most likely be focused on higher-value international traffic.

"AirAsia is planning to add some seven to eight aircraft in in the second half this year, which would spill over into FY18, and a further four to five planes in 2018 to take advantage of competitors’ capacity withdrawals," the research house noted.

AirAsia X would take delivery of three A330 leases in second half 2018, while MAS would receive six A330 leases over February to September next year.

CIMB said MAHB’s catalyst could arrive by second half next year, citing the airport operator’s negotiations with the government on the terms of the concession to be completed.
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Old November 28th, 2017, 06:18 PM   #343
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3 more airlines to fly in to MAHB's Istanbul airport
By ZARINA ZAKARIAH - November 28, 2017 @ 12:32pm



Istanbul Sabiha Gokchen (ISG) chief executive officer Ersel Goral confirmed three more airlines flying into the airport in 2018.
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ISTANBUL, Turkey: Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is in talks with three airlines to fly to its Istanbul Sabiha Gokchen next year.

Istanbul Sabiha Gokchen (ISG) chief executive officer Ersel Goral said the airport operator had confirmed the participation of Emirates to fly Boeing 777 from Dubai beginning April next year.

“For 2018, we have ongoing negotiations with several particular airlines from Western Europe and some Middle Eastern countries as well as from the Russian and Ukrainian markets which we hope to attract for next year,” Goral told the Malaysian media here on Monday.

“We have also shaken hands with Emirates and they will start launching their flights in April 2018 or summer 2018 with daily flights out of Dubai with Boeing 777s.

“Emirates had flown to ISG airport until mid-2016 but for some particular reasons, they decided to stop the flights. But now they are planning to launch their flights in the summer of 2018. This is not the only airline we expecting to receive.

He said so far this year, the airport had started to serve four airlines namely Air Baghdad from Iraq, Utair from Ukraine, Air Mediterranean from Greece and an airline from Saudi Arabia.

Expecting a double-digit passenger traffic growth in two years with the upcoming completion of the third airport (Grand Airport), Goral said the airport operator plans to shift its focus to the international market with expansion plans underway to support it.

“By the end of 2017, we are expecting to serve a total of 31 milion passengers and we do expect the growth to be about eight per cent in 2018 and more than 10 to 20 per cent of traffic increase from 2019 to 2022. This is in line with the commencement of operation of Istanbul Grand Airport (the third airport).”

He said ISG terminal building has the capacity of 33 milion passagers per year. The expansion of boarding hall in domestic terminal will increase the capacity up to 41 milion passanger per year.

This will allow ISG to cope with traffic growth in the next few years.

“With the completion of our second runway and terminal, we will have a total capacity of 65 million passengers a year, servicing major parts of Turkey and meeting the demands of local and international passengers.

"We do believe that after two years, ISG and Istanbul Grand Airport will have double-digit growth with the help of the international market and supported with the fleet growth of local carrier,” he added.

MAHB recorded a seven-fold jump in net profit for the third quarter ended September 30, 2017, to RM79.69 million from RM10.68 million a year ago on strong revenue growth driven by both airport and non-airport operations.

The group's revenue for the current quarter under review grew 12.7 per cent to RM1.2 billion over the corresponding quarter in 2016 of RM1.08 billion.

For the nine months period, net profit rose more than five times to RM208.63 million from RM37.07 million a year ago, while the group's revenue for the financial period-to-date under review grew 10.1 per cent to RM3.41 billion against RM3.09 billion.
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Old November 30th, 2017, 01:50 PM   #344
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Istanbul's new airport 73 percent complete, ready to operate in October 2018


November 17, 2017




An aerial view of the terminal building at Istanbul's new Airport.


Slated to start operations within less than a year, Istanbul's new airport is 73 percent complete, aiming to achieve the goal at making the city a global aviation hub by serving 90 million passengers during the first stage

Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communication Minister Ahmet Arslan paid a visit to the new airport construction site, which is the biggest infrastructure project in the world with an estimated investment cost of 10.5 billion euros, on Friday and said that the pace of construction is satisfactory, as currently 73 percent of the third airport is complete.

Addressing a group of journalists on the site, Arslan elaborated on the airport statistics. He said that the number of airports in Turkey increased to 55 from 26 over the course of the last 15 years while the number of passengers reached 180 million, which was 34.5 million 15 years earlier. The aim is to close the year by serving 189 million passengers.

He also noted that the Istanbul Atatürk International Airport does not deliver adequate performance to make Istanbul an aviation hub, despite the airport running at full capacity. Therefore, the new airport is planned to achieve the goal for Istanbul to become a global aviation hub. The new airport will also make significant contributions to Turkey in terms of employment and economic gains.

The first phase of the new airport, which will serve 90 million people, will be operational on Oct. 29 2018, serving locals and international travelers.

"By the end of the summer, 32,000 people were employed, but the cooling weather prevents progress on some of the work. Therefore, 30,050 people are currently working on the site," Arslan said, specifying that 4,000 are white collar employees. Toward the end of construction, around 35,000 people will be employed at the airport.

Arslan said that the airport, once finished, will accommodate 3,500 planes. Serving a total of 1,500 aircraft at Atatürk Airport is considered a record, he noted in comparison. As for the number of airways, the minister said that the new airport will have a capacity to serve 150 airlines, reaching 350 destinations.

"Istanbul's new airport will have an apron with a capacity to accommodate 371 aircraft. When all stages are completed, this will rise to 454," Arslan said, and that all aircraft will use air bridges, which is an important convenience of the new airport.

With regard to the terminal building, it has a roof of over 461,000 square meters, which equals 58 soccer fields. Moreover, the terminal will also have 6,200 rooms and 9,000 surveillance cameras.

Arslan said 100,000 people will be employed when the first stage of the airport is opened, while 200,000 to 225,000 jobs will be available when the whole project is complete by 2023.

Arslan pointed to the contribution of aviation to the country's economy and stressed that when the whole airport is complete, it will directly and indirectly create an economic size of 4.89 percent of the country's gross domestic product (GDP).

Arslan said transportation is the locomotive of all sectors, adding that with this understanding, they continue to work day and night on transportation projects in the country.

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Arslan said that the airport is being built in a place with pits and swamps due to coal mines in the region, that the construction is carried out by closing these places and that the environmental sensitivity has been kept at a high level since the first day, highlighting that they have received the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report even though it was not obligatory.

Referring to the projects carried out in order to protect and preserve the endemic plants in the region, Arslan said they will initially plant 2 million trees from the beginning of 2018, and with the completion of the project 5 million trees will be grown in this area.

Upon a question about whether to remove wind turbines in the area, Arslan said that there are 12 wind power plants there, that they have initiated the necessary procedures to remove them, and that they have been in talks with the Energy and Natural Resources Ministry in the process.

With regard to the projects on airport transport, Arslan said that they have launched the rail system project from Gayrettepe to the airport and tunnel boring machines have arrived. "We will soon hold a ceremony. We're making a 37-kilometer subway from Gayrettepe to here completely underground," he said. "We continue to work on the contract for the continuation of the railway system that will be connected to Halkalı, including the current Gebze-Halkalı-Marmaray main line. We have a lot of projects on land."
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Old December 1st, 2017, 01:22 AM   #345
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Which means getting to the new airport will be painful and or expensive for a while.
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Old December 1st, 2017, 11:14 AM   #346
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Which means getting to the new airport will be painful and or expensive for a while.
A large new motorway around NW Istanbul is nowhere near complete either. But it might be in a year or two.

I dont see metro links up and running until 2020 earliest if the boring machines are only arriving now and have 37km of a dig ahead of them.

But most traffic will be in transit in the new IST ....the similar DXB airport is 80%+ transit passengers. Most passengers will be fine.
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But most traffic will be in transit in the new IST ....the similar DXB airport is 80%+ transit passengers. Most passengers will be fine.
I agree with you. Most of the passengers will be transit passengers regarding Turkish Airlines. I am wondering if this bigger airport also means less bus gates for TK. We'll see. :-D
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I am wondering if this bigger airport also means less bus gates for TK. We'll see. :-D
Absolutely, it will be all airbridge with no remote stands (or very few) . This will be Europes single biggest terminal (by a long way) once it is finished. It has day 1 capacity for 90m passengers which is almost twice as large as Barajas T3 the current biggest terminal in Europe and will be bigger than Schiphol which is sort of one terminal in a messier format.

I think it goes straight into the worlds top 10 buildings, by area, when it opens. Maybe top 5 even. The Chinese have a similar monster underway south of Peking.

Ataturk will also be one of the biggest Airport closuresin the history of aviation...I don't recall any airport dealing with 60m passengers closing anywhere....ever...and everybody moving to the new airport up the road.

I just don't believe that everyone will cut over in October 2018. I suspect October 2019 is more realistic given the complexity. Nor do I expect fast public transport connections before 2020 so don't plan on an overnight transit until then.

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Absolutely, it will be all airbridge with no remote stands (or very few) . This will be Europes single biggest terminal (by a long way) once it is finished. It has day 1 capacity for 90m passengers which is almost twice as large as Barajas T3 the current biggest terminal in Europe and will be bigger than Schiphol which is sort of one terminal in a messier format.

I think it goes straight into the worlds top 10 buildings, by area, when it opens. Maybe top 5 even. The Chinese have a similar monster underway south of Peking.

Ataturk will also be one of the biggest Airport closuresin the history of aviation...I don't recall any airport dealing with 60m passengers closing anywhere....ever...and everybody moving to the new airport up the road.

I just don't believe that everyone will cut over in October 2018. I suspect October 2019 is more realistic given the complexity. Nor do I expect fast public transport connections before 2020 so don't plan on an overnight transit until then.
The current biggest single terminal in Europe now is Barcelona T1, with 546000 sq. It is the 7th biggest in the world.

Madrid T4 has got 500000 sq metres.

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How big is the new terminal of this new airport of Istanbul?
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The current biggest single terminal in Europe now is Barcelona T1, with 546000 sq. It is the 7th biggest in the world.

Madrid T4 has got 500000 sq metres.

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The figure for Barcelona include the huge car park for some 9000 cars, the actual airport terminal building is less than 300000 sq meters.
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The figure for Barcelona include the huge car park for some 9000 cars, the actual airport terminal building is less than 300000 sq meters.
Is it not the same for all the other terminals in that list?
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Is it not the same for all the other terminals in that list?
I dunno who put that list together but floor area does not include carparks.

A fair guess is that the main terminal in the new Istanbul airport will be the biggest terminal in Europe, possibly the biggest building in Europe and around twice the size of T4 in Barajas which is the largest terminal in Europe right now by a long shot but is a main terminal and a satellite on the far side of the runway attached.

Biggest terminal can mean 1 Main Terminal and a few satellite terminals attached, like Munich. A satellite terminal is scheduled in the new IST in the early 2020s which will make this terminal even bigger....but not the building.

I think T5 in Heathrow is about the size of T1 in Barcelona TBH.
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T1 will be 1.3m sqm. So, considerably larger than the next terminal on the list.
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Dubai T3 is officially bigger but I think it has a huge satellite terminal included and 200 sq m of car parking.

IST is gonna be one building for sure when it opens as the satellite terminals are not due in this decade. So I reckon.

Biggest Terminal in Europe ...no brainer.
Biggest Building in Europe...probably both by floor area and by footprint but maybe not by volume.
Biggest Airport Terminal BUILDING in the World ...possibly, and depending on how you count Dubai T3 which has that satellite terminal I think and that should not really count IMO

Beijing Daxing T1 is a lot smaller say their Architects who should know.
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I think T5 in Heathrow is about the size of T1 in Barcelona TBH.
Heathrow terminal 5 is bigger, Barcelona T1 is 300,000 sq meters according to the architect website. It is designed for 25 million passengers and is already handling over 30.

The thing about Istanbul airport is that it has been designed with modern era plane load data, so the terminal is able to handle way more passengers for a similar amount of gates than say a typical north american airport designed back when average planeload was less than half of what it is today.

In the case of Barcelona, the terminal was designed back when average plane load was 90-95 pax, now it is up to 150, so you have a terminal that is new but still can't properly operate because it was designed with the wrong data.
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And some interior photos of the new airport for you guys.


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And some interior photos of the new airport for you guys.
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Thanks Sali. Just to point out some facts.

1. The picture below only clearly shows less than 40% of the total Concourse areas leading to and from the gates.
2. The Concourse in the centre (ending at centre bottom) is around 600m Long from the terminal out.
3, The CIRCUMFERANCE of the building is OVER 8km (there are 5 concourse wings radiating and you only really see two of them in the photo
4 The Core of the building in the background is around 600m (E-W) and 800m or so (N-S) and the photos is taken from the NW pointing SE. Much of the core is single storey inside....I think..apart from basements.The core footprint is around 500,000m sq and if there is a service basement area under all that...and mezzanine floors in parts of it then the core floor area has to be above 500,000m Sq no matter how you add it up.
5. Concourses are 3 floors. ( see centre bottom) and 500m x 50m wide or so and would be 75,000 sq m each roughly. There are 5 of these for around 350,000m of Total Gate Space outside the core area.


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Might be too early, but do we already know in which concourse Turkish Airlines will be located - left, middle, right, or even in more than one concourse?
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Might be too early, but do we already know in which concourse Turkish Airlines will be located - left, middle, right, or even in more than one concourse?
It will be located in all of the concourses as it will be the primary tenant of the airport.

TK currently flyer 50+mil from IST so I would expect it to take 75/90 mil of new airports capacity of first terminal.
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