ThyssenKrupp’s project for the 22 billion euros’ Instanbul airport

Istanbul - Global mobility solutions provider Thyssenkrupp Elevator has unveiled one of its biggest ever projects in the Middle East: a total mobility solutions package of 143 passenger boarding bridges (PBBs) and four elevators in the new Istanbul Grand Airport, in Turkey

Istanbul - Global mobility solutions provider Thyssenkrupp Elevator has unveiled one of its biggest ever projects in the Middle East: a total mobility solutions package of 143 passenger boarding bridges (PBBs) and four elevators in the new Istanbul Grand Airport, in Turkey.

The new €22.15 billion airport is Turkey’s largest infrastructure investment to-date. When all four phases are complete it will become the world’s largest airport, boasting six runways and an annual capacity of 200 million people.

“The Istanbul Grand Airport is a significant project for us, creating an urgently-needed facility for Istanbul and an advanced new travelling experience for millions of global passengers,” says Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO at thyssenkrupp Elevator.

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