Business & Economy of Turkey
The Port of Haydarpaşa, Istanbul is at the southern entrance to the Bosporus (Strait of Istanbul), which connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Economy of Turkey
The Economy of Turkey is based on agriculture, industry, and services. Turkey maintains a mostly free-market economy, which is driven by the industry and the service sector. Turkey's traditional agricultural sector still accounts for about 25 % of employment but contributes just 6.4% of the country's GDP, while industry accounts for 28% and services for 56%.
The country is one of the world's leading manufacturers of agricultural products, textiles, motor vehicles, transport equipment, building materials, consumer electronics, and household appliances.
Türkiye Cumhuriyet Merkez
Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey.
Istanbul Stock Exchange
The official web site of the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE)
Turkish Standards Institution
Official website of the Turkish Standards Institution, Ankara.
This site is created for information about Turkey and about companies
that imports and/or
exports goods, make booking and charters.
Foreign Economic Relations Board - DEIK
The site provides information about doing business in Turkey.
Turkish Airlines (Turk Hava Yollari)
Turkish Airlines is the national airline of Turkey; it is based in İstanbul.
The Turkish low-cost carrier is based in Istanbul and operates holiday charter flights to Turkish resorts from around 100 destinations in 17 countries.
The Turkish-German airline is based in Antalya; it operates scheduled and charter flights to destinations in Europe.
TAV Airports Holding is a Turkish airport services company and one of the world's largest airport operators.
Istanbul Airport (IATA
: IST) is since April 2019 Istanbul's main international airport. All scheduled commercial passenger flights were transferred from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to the new Istanbul Airport.
Atatürk International Airport
: ISL) The former main international airport in Istanbul is now an airport for general aviation and cargo traffic. AIA is located in Yeşilköy on the European side of the city. The airport is named after Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and the first president of the Republic of Turkey.
Esenboğa International Airport
: ESB), the airport in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey.
(IATA: AYT) Antalya, Turkey's primary holiday destination on the Mediterranean coast.
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Devlet
Demiryollar - TCDD
Turkish State Railways.
Turkey has four major container ports, Haydarpaşa (Istanbul), Ambarliv (Istanbul), Izmir (Port of Alsancak), and Mersin; the Port of Mersin is Turkey's main gateway to the Mediterranean Sea.
Istanbul Airport is the city's new international airport; it opened on 29 October 2018. The airport is located in Istanbul's Arnavutköy district in the European part of the city.