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The introduction to the seminar by Rector Dr. Geçtürk highlighted three elements: 1) The Istanbul Hub Seminar organization came only few days after the organizers changed the status from School of Aviation to Faculty of ...
Political and legal challenges
The presentation includes some of basic principles which take into account that politics, economics and law are very much interrelated to each other. The second part highlights the legal and political challenges of the new ...
The New Istanbul Grand Airport (IGA) Status
Mr Irfan Gündüz started his speech by stating that the Istanbul Grand Airport (IGA) is aimed to be opened in the beginning of 2018. He further stated the new airport project is conducted on a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) ...
Round table & closing of 2nd Istanbul Hub Seminar airline strategies for the opening of the new airport in Istanbul
The round table included most of the speakers of the seminar and covered the following topics: Extra capacity for the Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International airport, implication of bilateral agreements multilateral agreements ...
Turkish low cost airline Pegasus airlines
Ms. Güliz Öztürk, Chief Commercial Officer at Pegasus Airlines, opened her speech, drawing attention to the development of the sector before she went on to discuss the current state of the Turkish aviation sector and future ...
Aviation industry, Turkish airlines and future of Istanbul Airport
Dr. Kotil introduced aviation as on of the best business in the world, that will doubled the number of passengers in 20 years and triple in Turkey. Among the different regions of the word Africa and Asia were highlighted ...
How can aviation law and policy facilitate open access to the new airport of Istanbul
Dr. Mendes de Leon as legal professor and expert in aviation touched on several legal aspects that Turkey’s airports, airlines and authorities could think when preparing for the opening of the new airport.
Airline hub strategies: a tale of two airport
A lot of airlines in the world fly from more than just one airport in a single city. Examples to such airlines may be British Airways (BA), operating from London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW) and London City (LCY) ...
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