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OK Mobility lands in Turkey and opens in Istanbul its first Store in the country

Sep 12, 2023
  • The global mobility platform positions itself in a key tourist destination connecting Asia and Europe.
  • The new OK Store is located at Istanbul Airport (IST), the busiest airport in Europe and the seventh busiest in the world in 2022.
  • By entering this new destination, OK Mobility increases its presence to 15 countries.

OK Mobility, the global mobility platform, continues its international expansion and debuts in the Turkish market by opening its new OK Store in Istanbul, the first in a key tourist destination and a bridge between the European and Asian continents. The new OK Store is located at Istanbul Airport (IST), which, according to Airports Council International (ACI) figures, was the airport with the highest passenger volume in Europe and seventh in the world in 2022.

With this opening, the Mallorca-based company consolidates its commitment to international expansion, increasing its presence to 15 countries and entering a new market that has become the fourth country that receives the most international touristsglobally, only behind France, Spain and the United States. Istanbul is also the largest city in the country, with a strategic position on the Bosphorus Strait, which makes it a melting pot of cultures and one of the destinations where user demand is increasing the most.

Othman Ktiri, CEO of OK Mobility, has proudly celebrated the announcement of the arrival in an "exciting"market in his own words. "OK Mobility's entry into Turkey further demonstrates our company's commitment to offering mobility solutions in South East Europe, a destination increasingly sought after by tourists worldwide. It is also an exciting market, a bridge between two continents and a meeting place, in line with the spirit of OK Mobility, and our main objective is to continue to offer our users all our mobility solutions in new destinations," explained Ktiri.

For his part, OK Mobility's Country Manager in Turkey, Savaş Serdar Turna, said:"As a follower of OK Mobility's industry revolution in Europe for the past decade, I am particularly excited to lead and make OK Mobility's project come true in my country, Turkey.In addition, it should be noted that all international car rental brands in Turkey are represented through franchisees, while OK Mobility will be the only one to operate in the country on a corporate basis through its own subsidiary".

The new OK Store at Istanbul Airport is now available for OK Mobility users, so it is already possible to make car rental bookings in the Turkish capital via