Established in partnership with Limak Holding, one of Turkey's leading holdings, GMR Infrastructure, one of India's leading infrastructure groups, and Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, which has been operating airports since 1991, ISG has the right to operate the existing terminals at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, as well as the car park operation, On May 1, 2008, it took over the operating rights of ground handling services, cargo, aircraft refueling operations, airport hotel and CIP facilities for 20 years. As of April 30, 2014, GMR Group transferred the shares of Limak Investment to Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad as of December 31, 2014, and MAHB acquired all of the shares. Currently, our company continues its activities as a subsidiary of MAHB. OHS, which took over the 20-year operating rights of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen for 1 billion 932 million Euros, also invested at least 336 million Euros. The new terminal building of 320 thousand m² and its annexes, which will contribute to the rapid growth of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen, which is the most important part of these investments, and increase the annual passenger capacity to 25 million, was built as an environmentally friendly structure with a modern architectural understanding in international norms. It was put into service in 2009. In the new terminal building of Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport and its annexes: 128 check-in counters and self-check-in kiosks, 74 passport counters in total for incoming and outgoing passengers 5,000 square meters of restaurants and cafes served by the leading brands of the food and beverage industry In addition to its classic product portfolio, such as all kinds of domestic and foreign beverages, tobacco products and cosmetics, in the Duty Free area, which is operated by SETUR and covers a total area of 4.500 m2, 3.300 m2 in the departure section and 1.200 m2 in the arrival section. apparel, textile accessories and electronic devices are also offered for sale. 3 sailing lounges and CIP sections with apron views, a two-storey VIP building connected to the terminal building, a 400 m2 conference hall, a four-storey car park with a capacity of 4,718 vehicles and 72 buses. There is a multi-plane parking system EDS (Explosive Diagnostic Systems) baggage monitoring system, which can serve simultaneously to IATA code E) or 16 medium-bodied (IATA code C) aircraft. Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen was also the fastest growing airport in Europe in passenger numbers in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.