TAV promotes Izmir, Gazipaşa and Bodrum in ITB Berlin
TAV Airports has brought Izmir, Gazipaşa-Alanya and Milas-Bodrum airports in its portfolio to the fore at the world's largest tourism trade show; ITB Berlin-International Tourism Exchange Fair. Batumi in Georgia, Ohrid in Macedonia and Enfidha – Hammamed regions in Tunisia have been the popular tourism spots where the airports are operated by TAV.
TAV Airports Holding, the leading brand of Turkey in airport operations, participates in the 49th ITB Berlin - International Tourism Exchange Fair, one of the most prestigious events of the tourism-travel industry. In addition to the intensive promotions of Izmir, Gazipaşa-Alanya and Milas-Bodrum at the stand of TAV Airports, Batumi in Georgia, Ohrid in Macedonia and Enfidha – Hammamet regions in Tunisia are also promoted effectively.
TAV Airports Marketing Director Aslıhan Çörtük stated: “We foregrounded Izmir, Gazipaşa-Alanya and Milas-Bodrum Airports at ITB Berlin, where the leading global representatives of tourism industry come together. We try to increase the number of flights in parallel with tourism potential of these areas. We also promote destinations of the airports, operated by TAV Holding, in Georgia, Macedonia and Tunisia. On the 12th anniversary of our participation in this fair, our goal is to make a significant contribution to the areas we operate. We are aware that the airports, as the entrance and exit gates of countries and cities, play an important role in development of tourism .Therefore, we are very glad today that participants and visitors pay great attention to our stand in the fair which represents 14 airports in 7 countries operated by TAV Holding and our service companies at various locations throughout the world.”
TAV Airports is carrying out marketing activities at various local and international fairs for the promotion of the regions of the airports in its portfolio as well as its service companies. Participated by TAV for the 12th time this year, ITB Berlin-International Tourism Exchange is regarded as the biggest tourism event of the world. Set up on an area of 160,000 square meters this year, the fair hosts around 10 thousand participants from more than 180 countries and 180 thousand visitors.