TurkeyThe turnover in aviation hits TRY 110 billion per annum

[:tr]"Türkiye'de 2003'te 3 milyar lira olan sivil havacılık sektörünün cirosu, geçen yıl 110 milyar liraya yükseldi."[:en]The turnover in Turkish civil aviation reached TRY 110 billion in 2018, marking a significant increase from the 2003’s revenue of TRY 3 billion.[:]
2019-04-01 11:04
  • The turnover in Turkish civil aviation reached TRY 110 billion in 2018, marking a significant increase from the 2003’s revenue of TRY 3 billion.

 

  • Turkish civil aviation industry’s turnover was TRY 3 billion in 2003.

 

  • Located a mere 4 hours’ flight away for some 1.5 billion people, Turkey is situated in a geographical region with the highest air transport demand.

 

  • Air transport has been experiencing a rapid development in Turkey, influenced by economic conditions, technological advances and increasing competitive rivalry. All of this has translated into a growth way above the world average for the nation.

 

  • Turkey ranks 10th in the world and 4th in Europe in the total number of civil aviation passengers.

 

  • As a result of the policies pursued from 2003 onwards, Turkey’s aircraft fleet increased by 218 percent in numbers, while the seat and cargo capacities rose by 253 and 625 percent respectively. The total number of domestic and international flight destinations reached 374.

 

  • In 2003, the total number of aircrafts owned by Turkish civil aviation companies was 626, this number has since surged to 1404.

 

  • The industry employs 205 thousand people today, up from 65 thousand.

Related Posts