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İstanbul ki-tiûnn

(İstanbul Havalimanı)
Chu-sìn
Lūi-pia̍t Kok-li̍p
Owner General Directorate of State Airports (DHMİ)
Sú-iōng IGA (Istanbul Grand Airport) Havalimanı İşletmesi A.Ş.
Siâⁿ-chhī Turkey Istanbul
Tē-tiám Istanbul Arnavutköy [en]
Khai-sí
  • 2018 nî 10 goe̍h 29 ji̍t;​ 5 nî í-chêng​ (2018-10-29)
    (khai-hòng tián-lé)[2]
  • 2019 nî 4 goe̍h 6 ji̍t;​ 5 nî í-chêng​ (2019-04-06)
    (tsuân lí-kheh ho̍k-bū)
  • 2022 nî 2 goe̍h 5 ji̍t;​ 2 nî í-chêng​ (2022-02-05)
    (tsuân huè-ūn ho̍k-bū)
Hub for
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Turkish Cargo
  • Heng-kiàn 2014 – 2018
    Sî-khu TRT (UTC+03:00)
    AMSL 99 m / 325 ft
    Bāng-chām www.istairport.com Edit this at Wikidata
    Pháu-tō
    Hong-hiòng Tn̂g-tō͘ Piáu-bīn
    m ft
    16L/34R 3,750 12,303 Asphalt
    16R/34L 3,750 12,303 Asphalt
    17L/35R 4,100 13,451 Asphalt
    17R/35L 4,100 13,451 Asphalt
    18/36 3,060 10,039 Asphalt & Concrete
    Thóng-kè (2022 nî)
    Total passengers 64,486,178
    International passengers 48,591,863
    Aircraft Operations 425,897
    Cargo tonnage 2,557,427
    Source: (Turkish AIP at Eurocontrol) Turkey[3]

    İstanbul ki-tiûnn (türk-gú: İstanbul Havalimanı, IATA: IST, ICAO: LTFM; İstanbul ki-tiûñ)[4] sī tsi̍t-tsō khiā-tī Türkiye İstanbul tsú-iàu ê kok-tsè ki-tiûnn. İstanbul ki-tiûnn ê tē-lí uī-tì sī khiā tī Türkiye kok-ka Au-tsiu hit pîng tsi Arnavutköy khu [en].

    Teh siong-gia̍p kheh-ūn Atatürk ki-tiûnn pì-só tīng-kî hâng-pan liáu-āu, sóo-ū tīng-kî siong-gia̍p kheh-ūn hâng-pan tī 2019-nî 4-gue̍h 6-ji̍t uì Atatürk ki-tiûnn tsuán-î kàu İstanbul ki-tiûnn.[5] IATA ki-tiûnn tāi-bé IST mā hông tsuán-î kàu sin ki-tiûnn.[6][7]

    İstanbul ki-tiûnn tī 2021-nî uī-tio̍h tshiau-kuè 3700 bān miâ lâng-kheh the̍h-kiong ho̍k-bū, hōo i tsiânn-tsò Au-tsiu siōng bô-îng ê ki-tiûnn hām sè-kài tē-13 tuā bô-îng ê ki-tiûnn (án tsóng kheh-ūn liōng kè-sǹg); pīng-tshiánn thong-kuè uī-tio̍h tshiau-kuè 2700 bān miâ kok-tsè lâng-kheh the̍h-kiong ho̍k-bū, tsiânn-tsò sè-kài tē-2 bô-îng ê ki-tiûnn teh kok-tsè kheh-ūn liōng hong-bīn.

    Atatürk ki-tiûnn sī Au-tsiu siōng bô-îng êki-tiûnn tsi-it. Uì 2013-nî í-lâi, Atatürk ki-tiûnn it-ti̍t khiā-tī Au-tsiu kheh-ūn liōng siōng bô-îng ê 5-ê ki-tiûnn tsi-lia̍t. Tī 2017-nî, Atatürk ki-tiûnn hām İstanbul ê līng-guā tsi̍t-ê kok-tsè ki-tiûnn Sabiha Gökçen lóng-tsóng tsiap-thāi tshiau-kuè 1 ik miâ lâng-kheh.[8] sio-pí tsi-hā, London tē-khu ê 6-ê ki-tiûnn ta̍k-nî ho̍k-bū tshiau-kuè 1.5 ik jîn-tshù; teh Paris tē-khu ê 3-ê ki-tiûnn ta̍k-nî ho̍k-bū tāi-iok 1 ik jîn-tshù.

    Iû-î Atatürk ki-tiûnn sann-bīn hōo siânn-tshī pau-uî, Līng-guā tsi̍t hong-bīn hōo Marmara hái [en] pau-uî, in-tshú bô-huat-tōo khok-kiàn í-lâi buán-tsiok ta̍k-kang tsing-ka ê su-kiû. Sabiha Gökçen buán hū-也 hū-tam ūn-tsuán. Kuat-tīng teh uán-lî siânn-tshī ê sóo-tsāi kiàn-tsō tsi̍t-ê sin ki-tiûnn, í-lâi khak-pó ū tsiok-gia̍h ê khong-kan.

    Kuat-tīng teh thong-óng İstanbul tiong-pōo í-pak ê Arnavutköy [en], Göktürk [en] kah Çatalca ê tō-lōo kau-tshe-kháu í-ki̍p oo-hái iân-huānn siânn-tìn Yeniköy [tr], Tayakadın kah Akpınar tsi-kan kiàn-tsō ê sin ki-tiûnn. Tsit-ê tē-khu khiā-tī Terkos ôo hù-kīn, tsiàm-tē 7,600 kong-khíng (19,000 ). Tsit-ê tē-khu tāi-iok ū 6,172 kong-khíng (15,250 ing-bóo) uî kok-iu sim-lîm. İstanbul ki-tiûnn hām Atatürk ki-tiûnn tsi-kan ê kū-lî tāi-iok uî 35 km (22 ing-lí). Tsit-ê tē-khu pau-kuat kū-ê lōo-thian muî-khòng, āu-lâi thūn-muá thôo-jióng.[9]

    Kin-kì 2013-nî 4-gue̍h huat-pòo ê khuân-kíng íng-hióng phîng-kóo [en] (ÇED) pò-kò, tsit-ê tē-khu lóng-tsóng ū 2,513,341 tsâng tshiū-á, kî-tiong 657,950 tsâng su-iàu tshò-tiāu, 1,855,391 tsâng ê tshiū-á tō beh hông suá-kàu sin-ê sóo-tsai. M̄-kuh, sim-lîm hām tsuí tsu-guân kuán-lí-pōo sing-tshing tsám-tshò hām puann-suá tshâ-tshiū ê khak-tshiat sòo-liōng kan-na teh si-kang uân-sîng liáu-āu tsiah-ē kong-pòo.[9]

    1. Flightradar24. "Istanbul Airport (IST/LTFM) | Arrivals, Departures & Routes". Flightradar24. 2022-08-05 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
    2. "Istanbul Airport, 'world's new hub,' officially opened". www.aa.com.tr.  (Eng-gí)
    3. "General Directorate Of State Airports Authority". 14 January 2023 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
    4. "Yeni havalimanının adı belli oldu (İstanbul Havalimanı tabelaları asıldı)". NTV.  (Eng-gí)
    5. Dikmen, Yesim (6 April 2019). "Last flight leaves Ataturk as Istanbul switches airports". Reuters.  (Eng-gí)
    6. "Turkish Airlines relocates to new Istanbul Airport". ATWOnline. 5 April 2019.  (Eng-gí)
    7. "Turkish Airlines is switching to a new Istanbul airport – all in 45 hours". Guardian. 6 April 2019. 13 April 2019 khòaⁿ--ê. The opening date has been pushed back three times, but authorities insist that the main terminal building and two runways will be fully operational by Sunday, in what critics say it is a rushed and dangerous attempt to stay on schedule.  (Eng-gí)
    8. "Turkish Airport Traffic Statistics". DHMI Turkey. goân-loē-iông tī 2018-01-18 hőng khó͘-pih. 18 March 2016 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
    9. 9.0 9.1 "Consortium wins Istanbul airport tender for 22.1 billion euros". Hürriyet Daily News. 3 May 2013. 3 May 2013 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
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