“There is a great production power in Türkiye, which is the most advantageous country in the world” for the investment, Alibaba’s president Michael Evans told Turkish daily newspaper Sabah in an interview.
Istanbul Airport rose from 14th to the fifth spot in the 'Busiest Airports in the World' report issued by Official Airline Guides.
The Turkish carrier was the first international company to return to profit after the pandemic and is set for record 2022 earnings, says a report by French daily Los Echos.
The airport sees an average of 1,346 flights daily over the June 29 to July 5 period, according to Eurocontrol.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to completely eliminate terror groups in northern Syria at an event at Ataturk Airport marking the 569th anniversary of the conquest of Istanbul.
Türkiye's largest airport saw over 26.4M global passengers last year, up 66 percent from previous year.
Airport officials said that one of the airport's three runways had been cleared of snow and that de-icing work continued.
Turkish Airlines said it had cancelled all flights from Istanbul Airport as the airport closed operations.
The season’s heaviest snow has halted some of Istanbul's ferry services, shut roads and forced public institutions to close early.
It marked the first time the airport had completely shut down due to inclement weather since it opened.
Turkey’s award-winning Istanbul airport has now hosted over 100 million passengers since its opening in 2018.
International air transport rating agency, Skytrax, says Istanbul Airport is being named a 5-star airport which paves the way for global recognition.
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