Turkish Airlines shows off revamped Dublin Airport offices in countdown to new Istanbul airport


Turkish Airlines‘ Dublin team unveiled their new newly revamped offices in Dublin Airport and updated media on the opening of the world’s biggest airport in Istanbul on October 29.

 Pictured with the Sales and Operational staff are (L – R) Onur Basak, Irish Sales Manager, Hasan Mutlu, General Manager Ireland, Stephen Fry, Station Manager, Julienne Curran, Corporate Sales Manager, Alper Sean Kanburoglu, Marketing Executive and Onur Gul, Sales and Marketing Executive.

The project, which will be fully completed by 2023, at a cost exceeding €11bn, will have capacity for up to 200m passengers and boast six runways. The fully automated baggage system will process 30,000 pieces of luggage per hour.
Phase One, which will cater for up to 90m passengers, is already up and running. The world’s first “aerotropolis” is also being buillt around the airport to cater for the 20,000 staff who will be working on the former coal mining site by the time the project is completed.




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