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Expansion Project

Importance of the Project

Antalya Airport is among the top fourteen busiest airports in Europe and the top three busiest airports in Turkey. Antalya Region, which is one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world, has been operated by air between 2012-2021 despite many global crises, including the pandemic. The Airport hosted a total of 251,922,634 passengers traveling to the Antalya. Only in 2019, 35,5 million passengers used our airport. It is inevitable that this number will increase to higher levels in the coming years.

In order for Antalya Airport, which is currently being operated at its maximum capacity, to be prepared for future periods, it has been decided by the Public Authority to increase its capacity with a comprehensive expansion project. For this purpose, Fraport AG and TAV Airports Holding partnership won the tender held by DHMI with the highest bid.

The project will be completed in 3 phases in total, the 1st phase will take place between 2022-2025, the 2nd phase between 2028-2029 and the 3rd phase between 2038-2039. Most of the work to be completed under the enlargement will be done in the first phase.

When the project is completed, it is expected to make a significant contribution to the national economy. In addition, the project is expected to make a significant contribution to regional tourism and all interactive sectors, as local employment is strengthened and almost all of the tourists coming to the region use the airline.

Project details and stages are shown in the picture below.

Legal Background of Project

36-month Investment Period "Concerning the Making of Additional Investments for the Capacity Increase of Antalya Airport and the Granting of the Operating Rights of Domestic/International Terminals, General Aviation, CIP Terminals and Supplements" by the General Directorate of State Airports Authority ("DHMI") on 01.12.2021 and for the 25-year lease (operation) period starting from 01.01.2027, the tender was held.

TAV Havalimanları Holding Anonim Şirketi – Fraport AG, which submitted the highest bid, won this tender. Fraport TAV Antalya Investment Construction and Management Joint Stock Company, which will carry out the investment and operation works on 24.12.2021, was established and the Lease Agreement was signed on 28.12.2021.

The investment period was started by delivering the site on 05.01.2022, with the responsibility of expropriation of the immovables in the project area, which is the subject of the tender, to belong to DHMI.

The activities within the scope of the project, which will be carried out in three stages, are carried out in accordance with national and international legislation and standards.

Environment, Soscial and Labour Respect

Fraport TAV has established an Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) to define the practices to be taken to eliminate or minimize the environmental and social impacts resulting from its activities. ESMS; The legislation created by the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change complies with ISO 14001 Environmental Management System, Equator Principles, EBRD and IFC Performance Standards.

The mentioned applications in Fraport TAV are focus on the aims of protecting the ecological balance, harmonization with the affected communities, and supporting regional development with a sustainability approach.

Fraport TAV has conducted an Environmental Impact Assessment, prepared a stakeholder engagement plan, the public has been informed about the Project, and an accessible transparent and free grievance mechanism has been established for the affected communities to convey their complaints and demands.

Our Environmental and Social oriented study covers Fraport TAV employees, passengers, corporate customers, suppliers with whom we have a service relationship and the people in the region. All parties within this scope will support the implementation of these practices.

Technical Information of the Project

As part of the Antalya International Expansion Project; it is planned that the Terminal 2 Building, which is currently 93 thousand square meters serving international flights, will be transformed into a new terminal building of 223 thousand square meters

At the same time, the domestic terminal building, which is 37 thousand square meters at present, will be expanded to 75 thousand square meters. In 2038, a new international terminal with an area of 70 thousand square meters will be built.

Terminal

Existing (m2)

Additional (m2)

Total (m2)

T1 (International)

60.000

n/a

60.000

T2 (International)

93.000

130.334

223.334

T4 (Domestic)

37.000

38.000

75.000

T3 (International - 2040)

n/a

70.000

70.000

Toplam:

190.000

238.334

428.334

By adding approximately 1.5 million square meters of covered area (apron, taxiway, service road), the number of aircraft parking positions will be increased from 108 to 176, and the number of fixed bridges in the terminals will be increased from 20 to 38. There will be a heliport area above the newly constructed multi storey carpark. Construction of a new state guest house and  VIP/CIP terminals are part of the expansion project outcomes. Access to the new general aviation and cargo terminals to be built will be located in the southern part of the airport, which will be separated from the main entrance of the airport. All works  which are planned to be completed within three years (excluding T3 International Terminal), will be carried out without affecting the current operation and the facilities completed within the investment period will be put into service. In addition, a new technical block and air traffic control tower of 10 thousand square meters will be built by 2030.

Within the scope of the project, an aircraft fuel farm with a capacity of 80,000 m3 will be built for the storage and distribution of incoming fuel to the airport, and this capacity will be increased to 150 thousand m3 with the commissioning of the T3 International Terminal.

In addition to the existing power generation facilities installed within the airport, a 4 MW solar power plant will be installed. LEED Gold certificate is targeted based on energy efficiency in the new T2 terminal buildings.

It is presented to the public.

 

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