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Sabiha's project was the worst proposal :eek:hno:

As i know there is a new airport in Dalaman?

BTW, Istanbul Atatürk will be also expanded. A new samll terminal.
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there is a plan for a 3rd airport, but first of all we should wait the opening of the new internatinal Terminal of Sabiha Gökçen Airport wich is at the other side of the city. You can see the project above and it is u/c now.
I think there shouldn't be so much construction near airports.
 

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Yeah Dalaman
IMO the most beautiful in Turkey
 

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Very impressive :)
 

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@Toniroger, Turkish Airlines fly from Shanghai and Beijing to Istanbul... And at least ONE of these destinations have a direct flight to/from Istanbul, if not both!
 

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Some information about the new domestic terminal shown above:

It is built on 6,500m^2 land and has approx. 12,000m^2 "indoor" area.
Inside the teminal there are 4 luggage conveyors, 28 check in desks and in total 7700m^2 general passenger service areas - public areas for passengers. It also includes a 10,000m^2 carpark facility and connecting roads and viaducts, as seen in the pictures. The construction cost 30,253,408 YTL.

Trabzon International Airport (TZX) serves approx. 90 flights/day and served 1,4 million passengers in 2007. This number has risen from 340,000 passengers in 2002, an increase of 312% and is expected to increase even more. Currently it is the largest airport of the Blacksea region of Turkey.
 

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Turkish Airlines extends plane purchase tender

Turkish Airlines has extended the deadline of a tender for 105 planes to Jan. 19 at the request of Boeing and Airbus, the airline said on Thursday.


Turkish Airlines (THY) announced the planned plane order on Oct. 14 and the tender was scheduled for completion on Dec. 17.

The order, worth over $6 billion at list price, reflects a bid by one of Europe's fastest growing carriers to strengthen its position in the region.

"The plane purchase tender has been extended until Jan. 19, 2009 at the request of the manufacturing companies," the THY statement said.

THY, partly owned by the Turkish state, invited Boeing Co and Airbus, a unit of EADS, to bid.

It had said it would place a firm order for 25 wide-body, long-haul planes and 50 narrow-body, medium-haul aircraft. It would also place options for 10 wide-body and 20 narrow-body aircraft.

The fleet expansion comes as the industry battles to cope with the global financial crisis and economic slowdown.
http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/english/finance/10598556.asp?scr=1
 
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