Round-the-clock work on Istanbul’s new airport

Round-the-clock work on Istanbul’s new airport02/04/2016 (Anadolu Agency – Turkey): The construction of Istanbul’s new airport, expected to be the world’s largest, is taking place 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with more than 13,000 workers from 16 countries.Anadolu Agency photographed Istanbul’s third airport – after Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen – now under construction in the northwestern part of the city in the European part of Istanbul.The first stage of the project is expected to be open by 2018.The project is seen as one of the world’s largest in terms of the site and the number of workers.The first two-and-a-half years of the project – set to include shopping malls, hotels, and social and religious facilities – carry a price tag of some 6 billion euros.The airport will have connections to the metro, the high-speed train, and bus service.The project’s infrastructure and superstructure work has been carried out in different zones simultaneously due to deadlines…




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