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  • 2020 By the Book -- Gateway Airports


    08/08/13

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    Istanbul and Tokyo propose two gateway airports for the 2020 Games. In this installment of By the Book, Around the Rings presents a look at plans of Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo for the 2020 gateway airport.

    Istanbul

    Ataturk International Airport
    Number of terminals: 3-Existing (2012), 3-Planned (2020)
    Number of international departure gates: 42-Existing (2012), 42-Planned (2020)
    Passengers/hour: 10,200-Existing (2012), 10,200-Planned (2020)

    Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, Istanbul
    Number of terminals: 1-Existing (2012), 1-Planned (2020)
    Number of international departure gates: 24-Existing (2012), 45-Planned (2020)
    Passengers/hour: 4,500-Existing (2012), 8,000-Planned (2020)

    Madrid

    Madrid-Barajas Airport
    Number of terminals: 4-Existing (2012), 4-Planned (2020)
    Number of international departure gates: 78-Existing (2012), 78-Planned (2020)
    Passengers/hour: 18,000-Existing (2012), 18,000-Planned (2020)

    Tokyo

    Narita International Airport
    Number of terminals: 2-Existing (2012), 2-Planned (2020)
    Number of international departure gates: 88-Existing (2012), 99-Planned (2020)
    Passengers/hour: 9,200-Existing (2012), 12,500-Planned (2020)

    Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)
    Number of terminals: 3-Existing (2012), 3-Planned (2020)
    Number of international departure gates: 17-Existing (2012), 30-Planned (2020)
    Passengers/hour: 16,900-Existing (2012), 23,400-Planned (2020)

    By the Book is a series of reports on the 2020 candidate cities, using information provided in the candidate file of each city.

    Written by Nicole Bennett.

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