The all-time passenger record was broken at Istanbul Airport

While 252 thousand 364 passengers were traveling on the thousand 593 flights that took place at Istanbul Airport yesterday, the all-time passenger record was broken in the number of daily passengers in the history of Turkish civil aviation.

Istanbul Airport, Turkey’s largest border crossing to the world and the busiest airport in Europe, has reached a new record in the ‘daily number of passengers’ with the flights it hosts ahead of the 9-day Eid al-Adha holiday.


A total of one thousand 593 flights were made at Istanbul Airport yesterday, while 252 thousand 364 passengers were also hosted. Reaching the highest number of passengers since its opening to date, the airport managed to break the ‘daily passenger number record’.

Istanbul Airport, which hosts a thousand 548 flights and 244 thousand 709 passengers daily on April 23, the last day of Ramadan Feast, had signed the first record of the year in the number of flights.


On the other hand, according to the data of the European Air Navigation Safety Organization (EUROCONTROL); In September 2019, a total of one thousand 624 landing-takeoff figures were reached at Frankfurt Airport in Germany. Istanbul Airport, with the density of mostly English and Italian football fans who came to Istanbul for the UEFA Champions League Final on June 11, had signed the ‘all-time air traffic record’ in Europe with a total of one thousand 684 flights. Thus, Istanbul Airport, which broke the record of Frankfurt Airport, had reached the highest daily number of aircraft landings and departures among European airports. Dec.

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The all-time passenger record was broken at Istanbul Airport

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