Freighters World profiles Istanbul’s new mega airport in the making

If you had asked anyone in the air cargo industry a year ago whether Istanbul needed a new airport, or at least new airport capacity of some variety, the answer would have been a resounding ‘yes’.
The reason for the enthusiasm about potential new cargo capacity is simple: Atatürk International Airport has reached capacity…
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