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“The Great Move”

Turkish Airlines embarked on a mammoth logistical operation on Friday, moving from its old base at Ataturk Airport to the newly built Istanbul Airport. The airline described the operation as “The Great Move” (Buyuk Goc), which is expected to last 45 hours and involve 707 trucks and 800 personnel.

The Istanbul Airport: The biggest move in aviation history

The Istanbul Airport: The biggest move in aviation history

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Istanbul’s new airport expected to be world's busiest | Money Talks

Inaugural flight takes off from new Istanbul Airport | Money Talks

Inaugural flight takes off from new Istanbul Airport | Money Talks

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