The government, which broke the runways of Atatürk Airport, worth billions of lira, to build a national garden, has now organized a tender to renew the asphalt of the airport.
According to the news of İsmail Arı from Birgün, according to the information in the Public Procurement Bulletin, the General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMİ) organized a tender under the name of “Atatürk Airport Taxiway Asphalt Repair” on August 23. It was announced that only Asyon Yapı İnşaat Company participated in this tender and a contract worth 1 million 286 thousand TL was signed between the company and DHMI.
THE PLOADING TENDER HAS BEEN TAKEN BY SIDE
Despite all the reactions to Atatürk Airport in the past months, the national garden project has been started. A tender was held by invitation method on April 29 for the Atatürk Airport national garden project by TOKİ, which is affiliated to the Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change. Then it turned out that the tender was given to the Construction and Construction Company for 2 billion 127 million 978 thousand liras. The company, which received the billion-dollar tender, was founded in 1974 by Nusret Yıldırım. It is currently managed by his son Zafer Yıldırım.
In addition, AKP President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan attended the funeral of Nusret Yıldırım, who passed away in 2019, with his brother Mustafa Erdoğan and expressed his condolences to the family. It was also written on the official website of the Presidency that he and Nusret Yıldırım, the founder of Yapı ve Yapı Şirketi, are family friends.
CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu Yapı ve Yapı Şirketi, which won the tender for the demolition of Atatürk Airport, to which he called, “He is the contractor of machinery, and we will pay special attention to you,” is one of the companies that receive large-scale projects.
BILLIONS OF LIRA WASTE
In the study of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) on Atatürk Airport, it was stated that the state’s investment of 4 billion dollars (approximately 64 billion TL at the current exchange rate) was thrown away with the closure of Atatürk Airport. In addition, in the prepared study, it was reminded that aircraft maintenance facilities were built at Atatürk Airport by spending large amounts of money in the past. it said.