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ROUTES: TAV and ADP become World's largest airport network

Posted 21 September 2015 · Add Comment

Turkish airport operator TAV Airports Holding's ongoing growth and its partner Aéroports de Paris (ADP) has become the largest airport network in the world the company said at the 21st World Route Development Forum in Durban today.

Some 14 airports operated by TAV and 26 airports operated by ADP were represented together in the South African TAV and ADP welcomed visitors at a 100 square meter stand at World Route Development Forum. 2,500 representatives of 250 airline companies, 650 airports and 170 international tourism authorities from more than 100 countries participated the Routes Forum this year.
TAV’s marketing director Aslıhan Çörtük said: “Routes is an international platform, where the leading global representatives of aviation and tourism industries are coming together. The event provides a great chance to observe the current global trends in the aviation sector as well as cultivating new opportunities within the regions we operate.”
TAV participated in the forum with Turkish airports at Istanbul Atatürk, Ankara Esenboğa, Izmir Adnan Menderes, Gazipaşa-Alanya and Milas-Bodrum airports as well as nine others operated abroad.
“Throughout the event, we were proud to observe once more that TAV has become a global player that creates difference in airport design, construction and operations. With our partner ADP, we have becomethe largest airport network in the world.," Çörtük said


 

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