Çukurova Regional Airport in Tarsus district of Mersin in Turkey will be the first regional airport continues work incessantly.
Çukurova Regional Airport which is built in Tarsus district of Mersin, and is Turkey’s first regional, in addition that is the second airport in terms of the size is work in progress.
According to the statement made by Tarsus District Head of AK Party, Ibrahim Gül received information from Ferhat Güney who is the Project Coordinator of the contractor company about the airport construction works when he went with some members of the board of directors.
The Passengers Can Travel From Adana And Mersin Easily
Güney who expressed that Çukurova Airport will be 60 and 45 meters wide and each will be 3 thousand 500 meters long said that “Within the scope of the project, easy access to the airport will be provided by highway and rail connections. There will be a direct connection from the airport to the D-400 highway between Mersin and Adana. 40 kilometers wide and 16 kilometer road construction work is going on rapidly and the railway line is also within the scope of the project so that the passengers coming from Adana or Mersin will be able to reach the airport easily.
“8 Overpass Will Be Done Within The Scope Of The Project”
Güney expressed that “At the moment, we will have 8 overpasses for the village roads, and we will work 24 hours a day. If there is not a misfortune, the Çukurova Airport will be completed until the end of 2019.”