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Old September 10th, 2017, 01:17 PM   #721
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Old September 16th, 2017, 04:14 AM   #722
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Delta Atlanta – Seoul S18 service changes
Delta during the weekend of 05AUG17’s schedule update filed planned service changes for Atlanta – Seoul Incheon route, currently reflected in GDS timetable listing. From 24MAR18, Airbus A350-900XWB will operate this route, instead of Boeing 777-200LR, while Atlanta departure moves to overnight hours.

DL027 ATL0029 – 0400+1ICN 359 D
DL026 ICN1845 – 1932ATL 359 D

Jeju Air adds Vladivostok service from Sep 2017
Jeju Air from late-September 2017 plans to launch service to Russia, becoming the first low-cost carrier serving Russia Far East. From 29SEP17, the airline will operate Seoul Incheon – Vladivostok route, 4 times a week. Planned schedule as follow.

7C5102 ICN1135 – 1500VVO 737 1
7C5102 ICN1405 – 1730VVO 737 357

7C5101 VVO1600 – 1745ICN 737 1
7C5101 VVO1830 – 2005ICN 737 5
7C5101 VVO1920 – 2105ICN 737 7
7C5101 VVO1920 – 2140ICN 737 3

Operational schedule varies from 09OCT17.

Malaysia Airlines increases Seoul service from Nov 2017
Malaysia Airlines from November 2017 plans to increase service to Korea, as the airline opened bookings for additional 3 weekly Kuala Lumpur – Seoul Incheon service, from 25NOV17. Overall service will increase from 7 to 10 weekly, on board Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

MH038 KUL1455 – 2215ICN 333 346
MH066 KUL2310 – 0630+1ICN 333 D

MH039 ICN0010 – 0555KUL 333 457
MH067 ICN1100 – 1645KUL 333 D

JAL ends Tokyo Narita - Seoul Incheon service in March 2018
Japan Airlines at the launch of summer 2018 season plans to cancel Tokyo Narita – Seoul Incheon route, as the airline closed reservation for bookings from 25MAR18 (NRT departure). Last departure from Narita is scheduled on 24MAR18, Incheon on 25MAR18.

Previously planned schedule as follow.

JL959 NRT1840 – 2120ICN 73H D
JL954 ICN1110 – 1345NRT 73H D

Vietjet Air boosts Seoul service in W17
Vietjet Air in winter 2017/18 season plans to expand service to Seoul, with the addition of 2nd daily service from both Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City. Planned operation as follow.

Da Nang – Seoul Incheon eff 06NOV17 Increase from 1 to 2 daily
VJ880 DAD2255 – 0500+1ICN 320 D
VJ878 DAD2325 – 0530+1ICN 320 x135
VJ878 DAD2355 – 0600+1ICN 320 135

VJ881 ICN0615 – 0920DAD 320 D
VJ879 ICN0645 – 0950DAD 320 x246
VJ879 ICN0700 – 1005DAD 320 246

Ho Chi Minh City – Seoul Incheon eff 29OCT17 Increase from 1 to 2 daily
VJ862 SGN0240 – 0950ICN 321 D
VJ864 SGN2215 – 0525+1ICN 320 D

VJ865 ICN0645 – 1015SGN 320 D
VJ863 ICN1050 – 1420SGN 321 D

Asiana adds A350 London service from late-Oct 2017

Asiana Airlines today (06SEP17) made additional changes to its winter 2017/18 schedule, effective from 29OCT17. Additional adjustment sees the launch of A350-900XWB aircraft on Seoul Incheon – London Heathrow route, gradually replacing 777-200ER.

Operational days for A350-900XWB as follow:
29OCT17 – 06FEB18 Day 357
eff 07FEB18 Daily

OZ521 ICN1430 – 1750LHR EQV D
OZ522 LHR2010 – 1605+1ICN EQV D

Jeju Air adds Matsuyama service from Nov 2017
Jeju Air starting November 2017 is launching new route to Japan, which sees the airline offering Seoul Incheon – Matsuyama flight. From 02NOV17, the airline will operate this route with Boeing 737, 3 times a week.

7C1704 ICN1040 – 1200MYJ 737 47
7C1704 ICN1110 – 1240MYJ 737 2

7C1703 MYJ1250 – 1425ICN 737 47
7C1703 MYJ1330 – 1525ICN 737 2

Thai AirAsia X expands Seoul service from Oct 2017
Thai AirAsia X in winter 2017/18 season is expanding service to Korea, where it currently operates Bangkok Don Mueang – Seoul Incheon route twice a day. From 29OCT17, the airline will introduce 3rd daily rotation, departing Bangkok in morning hours, Seoul in afternoon hours.

XJ708 DMK0805 – 1520ICN 330 D
XJ709 ICN1625 – 2045DMK 330 D
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Old September 18th, 2017, 03:27 AM   #723
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Old September 19th, 2017, 07:56 PM   #724
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Which airlines will be allocated to the new terminal?
1. Only Korean Air, Delta, KLM and Air France;
2. All Skyteam members except chinese carriers (China Southern, China Eastern and affiliates);
3. All Skyteam members
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Old September 20th, 2017, 02:28 AM   #725
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Which airlines will be allocated to the new terminal?
1. Only Korean Air, Delta, KLM and Air France;
2. All Skyteam members except chinese carriers (China Southern, China Eastern and affiliates);
3. All Skyteam members

For now I think its only Korean Air, Air France, Delta, and KLM. Maybe in the future all Skyteam may move to the new terminal.
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Old September 20th, 2017, 04:21 AM   #726
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For now I think its only Korean Air, Air France, Delta, and KLM. Maybe in the future all Skyteam may move to the new terminal.


Yes, for now it will only be Korean Air, Air France, Delta and KLM. The 2nd terminal is not so big yet. It's big in the sense of the transportation infrastructure, systems in place, control towers and so on and so forth, but the number of gates is limited, so I don't think there's enough room there to put all of Korean Air (the airport's biggest airline) plus all the other SkyTeam airlines. I guess that once the Phase 4 is completed and the Terminal 2 becomes about as big as Terminal 1, other airlines would move in, and probably the SkyTeam airlines first.
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Old September 20th, 2017, 05:44 PM   #727
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I guess that once the Phase 4 is completed and the Terminal 2 becomes about as big as Terminal 1
Without much public involvement, a competition was held and a winner announced for the fourth phase. For some reason, the airport authority apparently decided that the original architecture wasn't good enough for the full buildout.
Pictures of the winning consortium are at
http://www.gansam.com/aboutGansam/ne...x/1244/?page=1
and
http://www.nowarch.co.kr/works/view/247?type=1

Runners up that I could find online are
http://www.mooyoung.com/board/projec...age=1&num=1702
and
http://www.e-haenglim.com/project/pr...tail.do?no=229

(Links current at date of posting.)

This phase is slated for completion in 2023.
I find it odd that plans still call for mostly widebody aircraft gates, even though the mushrooming Low Cost Carriers use only 737 and A320 family aircraft, and both Asiana and Korean are expanding into seondary China with narrowbody operated flights.

Meanwhile, worries have been voiced in the Korean press that when Korean Air has moved, while China outhern and China Eastern have not, while codesharing with Korean Air within Skyteam, passengers will go to the wrong terminal and not make it to the other terminal in time, due to the long distance (road or rail link goes around the airport perimeter) between terminals.
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