Istanbul’s famous catacombs are getting a makeover, with the city planning to rename a number of them.
The city has set a deadline of May 31 for the city’s transport authority to submit a list of candidates to be considered for the name change.
In the past, the name has been changed to the city and its airport.
The name change would mean the airport would become Istanbul’s second airport.
The plan is to choose a name from the candidates that most closely reflects the city, as well as the city of Istanbul, according to the plan.
It is the first time in the city history that an airport has been named after a religious figure, and it is the biggest project to be undertaken by the city.
The name change proposal comes after a number or the number of flights to and from the country has been affected in recent years.
Some airlines have halted flights to Turkey after several terrorist attacks there.
The number of planes landing at Istanbul’s main airport has also dropped dramatically.