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The ruling “moderate” government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan recently issued a decree allowing Turkish Airlines to add an additional two flights per week to Istanbul’s new airport. The new flights, which will commence in June, will not only help ease the airport’s notoriously delayed check-in process, but will also help the airport bypass its stringent security screening processes.
Last month, during a visit to Istanbul’s new airport, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that his country’s intelligence services would fund the “significant expansion” of the airport in an effort to help ensure that visitors and foreign dignitaries will remain safe in the wake of increased security measures in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks. Erdogan made it clear that he was more than happy to oblige Cameron’s offer, but he was careful to stress that the British government needed to agree on a “bilateral arrangement” for the security of British citizens in Turkey.
As the trip to Turkey was expected to garner little media coverage, Cameron’s comments were reported by the British media a few days later. Since then, however, the British government has released no official statement on its intentions to extend the airport’s security protocols. The remarks were merely, at best, lip service meant to appease the Turkish government; at worst, they were merely designed to shirk the British public of responsibility for overseeing their own security.
Last week, however, the British government made another statement about the Turkish airport. The U.K.’s Office for National Statistics released figures showing that the country’s tourism sector has had a “very good” 2016. By mid-December, the country had already received more than half of its total 2016 target of 13.1 million domestic visitors and nine million overseas visitors. As the government observed the holiday season, the number of British tourists visiting Turkey continued to 0b46394aab