That's irrelevant for you, but so much relevant for other people, as me for example.That's some rather irrelevant statistics.
Istanbul is much more in Europe than any Israeli city. Moreover, Istanbul will be much more european than Tel Aviv for as long as the movements of tectonic plates want.Istanbul is not a European city. It's an Islamic city of the Middle East. If anything, Tel Aviv would have more ground to be included among European cities.
I am really wondering if you would consider Tirana not to be more european than Tel Aviv :nuts:.
You are fully free to compare cities as much as other people are fully free to compare airports. Your comparison Paris-Amsterdam is not more valuable than the comparison CDG-AMS.As for Amsterdam, it has only 1 airport, whereas Paris has 3 airports, so this comparison makes little sense. Traffic at the Paris airports is vastly larger than at Amsterdam's single airport. In 2017 there were 105,232,285 passengers at the Paris airports, vs only 68,515,425 at Amsterdam airport. The two cities are really not in the same league.
However, I would add that this thread is about Airport Statistics, so maybe second comparison match better here. :lol: