The first airport on artificial land in Europe, and only second one in the world after Japan (Kansai Airport), the Ordu-Giresun Airport is now open for service. 19 km from Ordu and 25km from Giresun, the airport - with its 3,600m-long ground strip - will serve as the 52nd airport in Turkey.

Opened on May 22, the Ordu-Giresun Airport, built on an area of 8,000mfilled with 35 millions tons of stone, is one of Turkey's most prestigious projects. Standing out as the most significant investment made in Turkey built on land reclaimed from the sea, the project is comparable to the Japanese project in Kansai district.With its impressive terminal building and a capacity of 3 million passengers per year, the airport built on an area of 29,500m2, will revitalize the regional commerce and tourism. 

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