Sold, aircraft traffic will double

| November 22, 2016

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Sabiha Gokcen Airport 'race held for the shares ended in favor of Malaysians. TAV , Limak Holding 's share of 40 percent last month to 285 million euros at its disposal had made proposals. But for the 60 percent stake and the remaining shares with the right to purchase priority Malaysia Airports Holdings (MAH) announced that it will exercise this right. MAH, Limak Holding 'to paying 285 million euros Sabiha Gokcen Airport ' s will have a 100 percent

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