OBARA REKORDE: NAJVEĆI AERODROM NA SVIJETU MOĆI ĆE PRIMITI PREKO 200 MILIONA PUTNIKA

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Međunarodni aerodrom Istanbul koji je sredinom oktobra protekle godine primio prve letove moći će da primi 200 miliona putnika godišnje, kada bude potpuno završena poslednja faza izgradnje. Jedna od najvećih investicija u historiji Turske prostire se na 76 miliona kvadratnih metara trenutno može primiti i do 90 miliona putnika godišnje. Nakon što su protekle godine krenuli prvi letovi sa ovog aerodroma, tek sada je u potpunosti završena prva faza izgradnje te vazdušne luke, odnosno otvorene su tri piste i terminal.

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Kontrolni toranj aerodroma udaljen je oko 35 kilometara od Istanbula, a izgledom podsjeća na cvijet lale, koji je vrlo popularan u turskoj kulturi. Nakon što ovaj aerodrom počne raditi punim kapacitetom što podrazumijeva brojku od 200 miliona putnika godišnje, zvanično će prestići trenutno najprometniji aerodrom koji se nalazi u Atlanti u SAD i koji godišnje primi oko 107 miliona putnika.

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Where the Story begins… IST/LTFM With an increasing problem of air traffic congestion – Atatürk Airport was one of the busiest airports in Europe. Since 2013, it has ranked among the five busiest airports in Europe by passenger traffic. Sabiha Gökçen Airport itself is already at maximum terminal capacity of 25 million passengers, and handled 28 million passengers in 2015 after posing traffic growth rates averaging over 20% a year since 2013. The tender for construction and operation of the facility until 2030 was held on May 3, 2013. The construciton zone is a 7,659-hectar region. The distance between Istanbul Airport and Atatürk Airport is app. 35km (22mi) as the crow flies. If all stages are completed, the airport will reach a capacity of 150 million passengers, which would have made it the biggest in the world at the time of planning. The first stage of construction was planned to finish within 42 months of the handover of the land. The total project cost is expected to be approximately €7 billion, excluding financing costs. The construction and operation consortium has been guaranteed 342 million passengers in 12 years by the government. The design team was led by London-based Grimshaw[13] and also included the Norway-based Nordic Office of Architecture and London studio Haptic. According to the Environmental Impact Assessment (ÇED) report published in April 2013, there were a total of 2,513,341 trees in the area and 657,950 of them would need to be cut indispensably, while 1,855,391 trees would be moved to new places. The groundbreaking ceremony took place on 7 June 2014, the first landing took place on 20 June 2018. Testing of navigational and electronic systems with DHMİ aircraft had begun on 15 May 2018. #istanbul #istanbulairport #factoftheday

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