In 2023, Istanbul, one of the world’s most visited cities, welcomed a record-breaking 17.37 million foreign visitors, marking an all-time high in its tourism history. This figure represents an 8.44% increase from the previous year, […]
Istanbul Airport was announced as Europe’s busiest airport, with an average of 1,309 flights daily from January 29 to February 4, according to The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation’s (Eurocontrol) Aviation Report.
The final section of the Gayrettepe-Istanbul Airport Metro Line, extending Istanbul’s transportation network, was officially inaugurated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. This new line significantly reduces the travel time from Gayrettepe to Istanbul Airport
Turkish Airlines has expanded its international flight network by launching the much-anticipated Istanbul-Osaka flights, offering a direct connection between Turkey’s cultural epicenter and Japan’s vibrant second-largest city. Operating four times a week, these flights bridge
Türkiye’s air travel sector witnessed a significant surge in 2023, with nearly 200 million passengers, including transit travelers, passing through its airports from January to November. According to data from the State Airports Authority General
Turkish Airlines, renowned for flying to more countries than any other airline, has now added Detroit to its growing list of destinations.
In the midst of the global and national downturn in air traffic and passenger numbers due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 marked the beginning of a significant recovery, a trend that has continued into 2023.
According to a statement from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Istanbul experienced a 4.9% increase in foreign tourist visits last month compared to August 2022, welcoming 1,747,611 international visitors.
Global mobility platform, OK Mobility, continues its international expansion by entering the Turkish market with the inauguration of its new OK Store in Istanbul.
Officially opened on Oct. 29, 2018 on the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of Türkiye, Istanbul Airport has served nearly 1.5 million planes so far.
Istanbul Airport broke a world air traffic record Saturday, June 10 with 1,594 take-offs and landings, thanks to the UEFA Champions League final.
Türkiye’s Istanbul Airport has been ranked the busiest in Europe with an average of 1,446 daily flights, the European Air Navigation Safety Organization (EUROCONTROL) announced.
Istanbul’s two airports; IGA Istanbul Airport and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport have handled 4.82 million more passengers in the first two months of 2023, compared to the same period last year.
The UEFA Champions League Finals exhibit is open in the exhibit area of the Turkish Airlines Business Class Lounge at İstanbul Airport.
Israir Airlines, the biggest tour operator and second biggest airline in Israel, today resumed direct flights to Türkiye.