İstanbul'da tarihi anlar | İstanbul Havalimanı'ndan ilk uçuş heyecanı yaşandı.
Publiée par Yeni Şafak sur Mercredi 31 octobre 2018
Turkey’s flag carrier Turkish Airlines’ first flight from new Istanbul Airport departed on Wednesday to the capital Ankara.
Flight #TK2124 took off at 11.32 a.m (local time) from Istanbul New Airport to Ankara Esenboga Airport.
With Monday’s opening, two runways — stretching 3,750 and 4,100 meters long — went into service as part of the first phase.
To mark the moment, Turkish Airlines operated the #TK2124 flight with a Boeing 777-300ER (reg. TC-LFJ) instead of a Boeing 737-800.
Istanbul New Airport – Ankara 31.10 – 29.12 / a daily flight with 737-800
Istanbul New Airport – Antalya 01.11 – 29.12 / one daily round with 737-800
Istanbul New Airport – Baku 08.11 – 29.12 / a daily flight with 737-800
Istanbul New Airport – Ercan 31.10 – 28.12 / a daily flight with 737-800
Istanbul New Airport – Izmir 01.11 – 28.12 / a daily flight with 737-800
At full capacity — with the completion of all four phases with six runways — Istanbul Airport is set to become a global aviation hub by hosting more than 100 airlines and flights to over 300 destinations around the world.
The €6 billion ($7.2 billion) first stage, which was built in nearly three years through a public-private partnership model, is one of a series of mega-projects planned for Turkey’s 2023 centennial.