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Istanbul Atatürk Airport

Istanbul, Turkey’s gate to the world, the city that never sleeps, is a test in terms of airport operations– with its population over 14 million, and millions of guests welcomed every year. The Atatürk Airport International Terminal, which was built according to the Build-Operate-Transfer model, was constructed in a record period of 22 months. Opened for services in January 2000, the terminal was expanded with an additional facility in 2004. TAV Airports was awarded operation of the Domestic Terminal in July 2005. With renovations undertaken in 2006, Domestic Terminal was modernized with new technological systems and it renewed with a process covering the façade. In February 2010, a new extension project carried out to enhance the comfort and service quality offered to the passengers at the International and Domestic Terminals and Car Park.



Tbilisi Airport

TAV Airports took an important step in realizing its vision of becoming an international actor in airport operations with the Tbilisi International Airport. TAV Airports is entitled to operate the Tbilisi International Airport until February 2027 and it is the first Project of the company abroad. Having been operated by TAV Airports since 2005, Tbilisi Airport has now reached a position to represent the strategic significance of the country following the completion of the new passenger terminal. Tbilisi Airport serves as the entry and exit points not only of the country but also of a capital with a population of 1.5 million people.



Enfidha-Hammamet Airport

TAV started the construction of Enfidha-Hammamet Airport in July 2007, and after of record –breaking construction time of 823 days, started to operate it on December 2009 for a period ending in May 2047. The airport is located about 40 kilometers southwest of the historic tourist destination of Hammamet, and 100 kilometers south of the capital city, Tunis. It serves 80% of the Tunisian holiday resorts. The 130,000 m² terminal building, diamond shaped and constructed by using high technology, on 5,800 hectares of land has an annual capacity of 7 million pax. It features the highest tower in Africa, with its 90 m height, a baggage handling system capable of processing more than 4,500 piece per hour and a category II, 3,300 m long and 60 m wide runway able to accommodate all type of aircraft.



Skopje Alexander The Great Airport

TAV Airports undertook the operation of Skopje Alexander the Great Airport in the capital city of Macedonia, with effect from March 1st, 2010; another important step for TAV Airports in its target region Europe. Rebuilt by TAV Airports to increase the capacity, Skopje Alexander the Great Airport in 500 years old Macedonia which Turkey has historical relations with, started its operations with effect from September 8th, 2011. The capacity of Skopje Alexander the Great Airport which has now been increased to provide service to 4 million passengers a year will be operated by TAV Airports until March 2030. Setting off with the goal to make Skopje as one of the major “hubs” in the Balkans, TAV Airports expanded the Skopje Airport within 18 months and 5 days with new 40 thousand square meters terminal building to accommodate 6 passenger bridges, the apron and the runway as well as increasing the cargo and car park capacities.



Riga Airport

Having achieved a serious leap forward during the recent years as the entry gate to the Baltic region and becoming the center of attraction in North Europe, Riga Airport in the capital city of Latvia is the first airport that TAV provides service in a European Union member country. Duty free, food & beverage and ground handling services at the Riga Airport in the capital city of Latvia have been provided by TAV Airports since January 2011. Recently renovated by TAV Airports, the stores have been put into operation since May 2011.

Suudi Arabia


Madinah Airport

AV Airports signed a contract with GACA, the Civil Aviation Authority of Saudi Arabia, together with Al Rajhi and Saudi Oger for the build-operate-transfer project of the Madinah Airport, the first airport privatization of Saudi Arabia. The Consortium, which started to operate Madinah Airport in June 30th, 2012, completed the construction of a state-of-the-art passenger terminal in February 2015. Within the scope of the project with an investment of approximately 1.2 billion USD, the passenger terminal came into service in April 2015. The capacity of Madinah Airport will be increased to 8 million passengers per year from the existing capacity of 5.7 million passengers in 2014, through the construction of a new terminal building, apron and fast exit roads, after which capacity will be further increased to 16 million passengers per year prior to the expiry of the concession period.



Zagreb Airport
zagrebnewThe consortium involving TAV Airports signed the contract for the construction of new terminal and operation of Zagreb Airport as of December 2013. Realized by public-private partnership model, the project’s passenger capacity will gradually increase from 2 million to 5 million and then 8 million. Covering an area of 65,000 sqm, the new terminal will be completed at the end of 2016. Operation of the existing airport is undertaken by TAV Airports and ADPm until April 2042. The operation works also include new terminal building as well as runways, cargo terminals, car parks and future real-estate investments.