Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport
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Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport serves the city of Istanbul, Turkey. Sabiha Gökçen International is located 35km west of central Istanbul, on the Asian side of the city. The airport was constructed in 2003 to ease the growing pressure on the larger Atatürk International Airport, located in the city's east. Sabiha Gökçen International has experienced exceptional growth since its opening, attracting smaller operators and LCCs from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Location of Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport, Turkey
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This second in a special two-part CAPA report looks beyond the headline-grabbing "big three" European LCCs to provide updates on more than 20 secondary low-cost operators. Part II reviews the progress at Monarch, NIKI, Pegasus Airlines, SkyExress, Smart Wings, Sun Express, Sverigeflyg, Thomson Airways, Transavia.com, TUIfly, Wind Jet and Wizz Air, following on from Part I which reviewed Air Southwest, Anadolujet, Atlastjet Airlines, Belle Air, Blue Express, Blue Air, bmibaby, CLICK4SKY, Flybe, Germanwings, Iceland Express and Jet2.com.
With a population of over 76 million, a dynamic economy, a relatively large geographical area (779,450 sq km) and increasing disposable income among its population, Turkey’s air travel demand continues to grow, at a time when the majority of Europe is experiencing sharp reductions.
India’s GMR Infrastructure, operator at Delhi, Hyderabad and Istanbul Sabiha Gocken airports, has released financial and operating highlights for the three and six month periods ending 30-Sep-2009. Traffic is up at all three managed airports but with a difficult operating environment persisting in India the opening of the Sabiha Gocken terminal, where traffic is up by 35% hints that GMR might continue to focus on foreign ventures and especially in Turkey where more infrastructure is planned.
Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport’s passenger traffic rose 20.4% year-on-year in Jul-2009, to 2.1 million passengers, its second consecutive monthly improvement, following 11 months of negative growth. However, this was off a smaller base as its traffic declined 9.2% year-on-year in Jul-2008, to 1.7 million passengers.
With a population of over 75 million, a dynamic economy, a relatively large geographical area (779,450 sq km) and increasing disposable income among its population, Turkey’s air travel demand continues to grow, at a time when the majority of Europe is experiencing sharp reductions.
Delhi and Mumbai Airport Investor, GMR Infrastructure’s financial results for 1QFY2010, ended 30-Jun-09, remained positive, despite the Group’s profit after tax falling 70.0% to USD4.8 million during the quarter, compared to the previous corresponding period.
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