The Technofest Aviation, Space and Technology Festival in Istanbul hosted 925 thousand 437 visitors in 3 days.
Organized by the partnership of several organizations that play a crucial role in the development of national technology in Turkey, the Turkish Technology Team Foundation and the Ministry of Industry and Technology, TEKNOFEST continues on its fourth day at Istanbul Ataturk Airport.
The event, which was held from April 27 to May 1 at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, was visited by 25 thousand 437 people on the first day, 300 thousand people on the second day, and 600 thousand people on the third day. The event, which will last for 5 days, hosted a total of 925 thousand 437 visitors in the first three days.
TEKNOFEST Istanbul, which was attended by many visitors of all ages; It hosts many activities such as technology competitions, air shows, concerts, talks and events on various topics.
It will host its visitors until the first of May.
activity; It aims to increase interest in technology in society and raise awareness about Turkey’s transformation into a society that produces and develops technology. Technology competitions in various disciplines and categories are organized within the scope of TEKNOFEST for hundreds of thousands of young people to realize their dreams.
Visitors to the event, which will run until May 1 at Istanbul Ataturk Airport, are registered on the “teknofest.org” website. After registering, you can enter the event area by submitting a QR code online.
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