Istanbul Airport, which hosted 23.4 million passengers last year, was followed by London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports in Europe.
Istanbul Airport ranked first among European airports with 23.4 million passengers last year.
Due to the closure of borders and travel bans due to the new type of coronavirus epidemic, there has been a serious decrease in the number of passengers at airports worldwide.
Istanbul Airport ranked first in the number of passengers of European airports in 2020 with 23.4 million passengers.
Istanbul Airport was followed by London Heathrow and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports with 22.1 million passengers. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport ranked fourth with 20.9 million. Frankfurt Airport in Germany fell to 18.8 million passengers.
Standing out with the measures taken during the epidemic period, Istanbul Airport, which was at the top of the list by hosting 23 million 409 thousand 132 passengers last year, became the first airport in the world to receive the certificate given under the ‘Airport Health Accreditation’ program launched by the Airports Council International (ACI) on July 24.
Source: AA / Translated by Bazaar Times Team