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Located at the cross-roads of important international travel and economic arteries the city and airport (IATA: FRA, ICAO: EDDF) of Frankfurt am Main is by far more than regular.
With 60 Million passengers and 2.2 million tonnes of freight Frankfurt Airport still lead as the busiest airport in Germany, the third in Europe and the twelfth worldwide in 2014.
As the financial hearth of Europe and a strategic location for the industry Frankfurt am Main also stays as one of the top places for knowledge and technology.
Placed in the city of Frankfurt am Main our company provides its main services from here to its customer.
As the meeting point of the continents and cultures over all times Istanbul is today one of the most exciting places round the globe. A young and strong industrial development opens new opportunities for all business people.
Related to the openness of the country the economic grow also have a big impact to the increasing aviation industry. With average growing rates round about 17% the last three years at the Istanbul Atatürk Airport and the governmental project for the biggest airport in the world with a maximum capacity of 150 million passengers per year, the aviation industry will still stay an increasing sector.
Due to the demand and our knowledge of the market, our company partner TAS4U serves our customers from its office in Ataşehir.
Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC), Dubai’s second airport, opened its doors to passengers on October 27, 2013 with Wizz Air as the launch airline. Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways launched services from October 31st while Gulf Air will commence flights from December 8, 2013.
Dubai Airports launched cargo operations at Al Maktoum International on June 27, 2010 as part of the first phase of the project. The airport has a total of 36 freight operators (scheduled and chartered) signed up and operating.
Freight volumes totalled 146,181 tonnes in the first nine months of 2013, down 11.3 per cent from 164,757 tonnes recorded in the same period in 2012. For the third quarter volumes came in at 43,252 tonnes, down 26 per cent from 58,423 tonnes handled during the same period in 2012. The fall comes as freight volumes stabilise after the rapid growth in the first few years of cargo operations at the airport. DWC opened for freight operations in June 2010. Upon completion, DWC will become the world’s largest airport with an ultimate capacity of 160 million passengers and 12 million tonnes of cargo per annum. The airport forms the heart of a greater project also called Dubai World Central, a 140 sq km multiphase development of six clustered zones that includes the Dubai Logistics City (DLC), Commercial City, Residential City, Aviation City and the Golf City.