A contract on area allocation worth 250 million euros was signed between IGA Airport Operations, Inc. and six other companies for the Cargo City and Ground Services Campus at the Istanbul Third Airport. 

Six of Turkey’s largest cargo companies including MNG, PTT, Çelebi Hava Servisi, HAVAŞ, Sistem Logistics and Bilin Logistics will serve in the Cargo City while MNG, Çelebi Hava Servisi and HAVAŞ will operate on the Ground Services Campus, according to the agreement signed between Istanbul Third Airport administrators and the companies.

Speaking at the agreement signing ceremony, IGA Airport Operations Inc. officials said that 55 percent of the airport’s construction has already been completed and 30,000 people are working day and night to finish the airport in its entirety. He also added that commercial agreements are being signed in the scope of the Istanbul Third Airport, noting that they have recently signed a duty-free contract.

By this aggrement that IGA Airports Operations, Inc. has reached the necessary, initial agreements for cargo and ground services amid efforts to make Istanbul an aviation center offering uninterrupted services to millions, the officials highlighted, efforts are being propelled by aims to further Istanbul’s global legacy as a city that has served as a central meeting point for numerous civilizations for centuries.

 

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