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Old July 11th, 2009, 06:44 PM   #261
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Old August 28th, 2009, 07:17 PM   #263
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Old September 17th, 2009, 06:57 PM   #264
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Old September 30th, 2009, 07:37 PM   #265
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IIAC Hosts the East Asia Airport Alliance (EAAA) Annual Conference



IIAC hosted the eighth annual conference of the East Asia Airport Alliance (EAAA) from September 17th to the 18th at the Hyatt Regency Incheon.

Environment was the main issue at this year's conference, held under the title 'Green Airports, Engines for Green Growth.' The conference was attended by heads of airports from different countries and senior staffs to discuss main environmental issues from their respective airports. Presentations were also made for Incheon, Hong Kong and Haneda Airport, which were selected as best environment friendly cases from working level meeting in last May.

Angela Gittens, director-general of the ACI, was on hand at the conference to deliver a special guest speech entitled 'Aviation Growth and Environment - Finding the Balance.' In addition, environment specialists from the aviation industry, consulting firms, and academia attended the event exchanging information on recent 'pro-environment' trends and also engaged in lively discussions about responses to increasing environmental regulations.

Moreover, as member airports signed “EAAA Green Airport Declaration” for voluntary environmental improvement, such action expects to raise the efforts take by various groups in aviation industry.

Mr. C.W. Lee, president & CEO of IIAC, expressed hope that the EAAA, which will celebrate its tenth anniversary in two years, would well represent the interests of airports in East Asia in the world aviation industry, and bolster its standing in the world through active cooperation with world-class airports and aviation organizations.

Founded in 2001, the EAAA comprises of ten airports from three countries (Korea, China and Japan) including Incheon, Gimpo, Hong Kong, Shanghai Pudong, Narita, and Haneda Airport. The organization collects and shares examples of innovation from member airports in such areas of mutual interest as customer satisfaction, airport security, and operational efficiency. The active exchange between the airports has resulted in several notable accomplishments such as the agreement to standardize signboards in 55 categories among member airports in 2005.
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Old October 21st, 2009, 06:41 PM   #266
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Delta to launch direct flights from Metro to Hong Kong, Seoul Incheon

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Next stop from Detroit Metropolitan Airport: Seoul and Hong Kong.

Delta Air Lines Inc. announced Tuesday that it will launch direct, nonstop trans-Pacific flights from Detroit in June to Seoul, the South Korean capital, and to Hong Kong, the Chinese trading port and former British protectorate.

Each flight will operate five times weekly aboard Boeing 777-200 aircraft accommodating just under 300 passengers. Delta also will expand service to Shanghai, the Chinese automotive capital, from five times weekly to seven.

The new services will be effective June 1 for the Shanghai and Seoul flights, and June 2 for the Hong Kong flight.

Lester Robinson, chief executive of the Wayne County Airport Authority, said the new flights are proof the state's largest airport is "an ultra-efficient airline hub." Earlier this year, the airport began collecting passenger petitions for new service to Seoul -- abandoned about a decade ago by Northwest -- and Robinson said hundreds of locals responded.

But the airport's recent offer to abate landing fees for airlines that started new service from Detroit wasn't a lure.

"Delta is adding these routes thanks to the increased fleet flexibility provided by the merger, not due to external incentives to operate these routes," company spokesman Kent Landers said.

Delta acquired Northwest Airlines a year ago in a deal that made Detroit its second-largest hub. When the deal closed, Delta executives indicated they wanted to use Northwest's $1 billion McNamara Terminal at Metro Airport as an Asian gateway from the East Coast and Midwest.

Delta has more than 470 daily flights from Detroit. Shanghai service began during the summer.

Delta also said a seasonal summer flight between Detroit and Rome and a fourth daily flight to Amsterdam will return in 2010.

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Old October 29th, 2009, 01:23 AM   #267
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IIAC Wins the Front & Sullivan Green Excellence Award



Incheon International Airport (IIAC) was rewarded for its outstanding track record of environmental responsibility, as the global marketing survey organization Frost & Sullivan named IIAC as the winner of its 2009 Green Excellence Award for the Asia-Pacific region.

Following the winning of Frost & Sullivan's 2009 Best Airport Award for the Asia-Pacific in March this year, Incheon International Airport was awarded the Asia-Pacific Green Excellence Award for 2009. IIAC representatives were on hand at the ceremony, which was held in Kuala Lumpur's JW Marriott Hotel on October 15th to collect the latest accolades.

Frost & Sullivan have been selecting corporations from each region on an annual basis with outstanding achievements in various fields such as aerospace, defense, transportation and IT for this prestigious award. The Green Award is a new award that recognizes the best enterprises in the field of environmental management, in accordance with the increasing importance of environmental issues.

IIAC received the latest award for its vigorous environmental efforts that have included the distribution of lighter Unit Load Devices (ULD) to airlines, resulting in the reduction of fuel expenses for airlines while simultaneously reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Other environmentally-friendly measures that have contributed towards IIAC's winning ways include wastewater reclamation, the construction of an airport-wide bicycle trail, the establishment of the World Peace Forest, the implementation of Maglev trains and the enhanced management and reduction of aircraft noise.

The IIAC's 'green growth' strategy involves an ongoing investment of KRW 250 billion (US$2.1 billion) through to 2020, with the express goal of reducing energy costs by KRW11.3 billion (US$100 million) and carbon dioxide emissions by 7.21 million metric tons.

Mr. CW Lee, President & CEO of IIAC, stated “in addition to being an airport of safety, convenience, high art and distinguished culture, IIAC will strive to become a green enviro-port that will lead the world in efforts to protect the environment.”

By receiving the Green Excellence Award from Frost & Sullivan, Incheon International Airport has won virtually every award of international significance in airport management, marketing, services and environmental management.

The awards that have been won by IIAC to date include; “Best Airport Worldwide” from the ACI-ASQ survey for four consecutive years; “World's Best Airport” by Skytrax, the UKbased aviation research agency; “Best Airport in the World” for three straight years by U.S.- based Global Traveler magazine.
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Old November 20th, 2009, 06:04 PM   #268
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Old November 21st, 2009, 03:56 AM   #269
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Old November 28th, 2009, 01:02 AM   #270
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Old November 28th, 2009, 03:42 AM   #271
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Old November 28th, 2009, 04:15 AM   #272
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Old December 2nd, 2009, 04:04 AM   #273
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IIAC to Host TIACA ACF & Exposition 2014
The International Air Cargo Forum & Exposition to bring airports, airlines, and air logistics firms in Incheon



Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) is no stranger to big international events, but Incheon International Airport’s recent success in bringing the TIACA Air Cargo Forum and Exposition, the single biggest exposition in the air logistics industry, is truly significant indeed.

Over six hundred airports, airlines, air logistics firms, and ground support companies comprise The International Air Cargo Association; and the Air Cargo Forum and Exposition is the largest gathering in the field of air logistics professionals, bringing over 4,000 air logistics professionals and experts from around the world to the event.

The ACF 2014 will be hosted in the COEX convention center located in the World Trade Center Complex in Seoul.

IIAC was selected amidst fierce competition involving five Asian countries, and especially Singapore, which contended with Korea up until the very last moment.

IIAC played no small part in its own triumph, organizing a committee with several companies in the industry and establishing a meticulous plan to bring the event to Incheon; and most of all, IIAC put together a flawless inspection program during the selection period from last October 3rd to October 8th, which proved decisive in winning over six judges in the selection panel.

TIACA Secretary-General Daniel Fernandez, who visited Korea for on-site inspection of the Incheon International Airport, stated that the generous support and warm welcome from Korea’s air logistics industry including IIAC, KIFFA (Korea International Freight Forwarders Association), and its two national carriers had left him “no doubts as to the successful hosting of the ACF in 2014.”

Mr. CW Lee, President & CEO of IIAC, congratulated his organization by stating that “The ACF 2014 will be the first international air cargo related event hosted in Korea, and it will be the basis upon which IIAC, the second largest airport in the world in terms of cargo volume, could launch itself into the No. 1 spot in handling of international cargo; not to mention becoming an opportunity for great advancement and progress in Korea’s logistics industry.”

IIAC is planning to utilize the decision to host the ACF as an opportunity to promote the IIAC’s second-phase logistics complex, which will begin operations in 2012. The promotion effort is expected to bring in an additional 250,000 tons of cargo traffic to IIAC annually. In addition, a Hosting Committee for the TIACA event will be formed with participation from the government, Korea’s national carriers, and the logistics industry; as part of all-out efforts to prepare for the grand logistics exhibition.
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Old December 10th, 2009, 04:24 AM   #274
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IIAC Establishes Maintenance Facilities with Jeju Air

A signing agreement between IIAC and Jeju Air Inc. was held on November 18th, on development of aircraft maintenance facilities.

As the first low cost Korean airliner to commence air services from March, 2009 to Osaka and Kitakyushu, Japan, from Incheon International Airport, Jeju Air will begin operating their own aircraft maintenance hangar (21,700m2 in size, 1Bay ) to be operated from December 2012, with an injection of KRW 21 Billion (approx. USD$18 Million).

Once the maintenance hangar has been completed, it is expected that Jeju Air will offer more stable flight schedules. Further, IIAC will benefit not only from the promotion of its expanded aircraft maintenance facilities but also from the upgrade of flight schedules and aircraft safety.

IIAC is planning on developing its 800,000m2 aircraft maintenance complex, which will not only improve maintenance services for all aircraft entering Incheon International Airport, but will also enhance its image on a global scale. This will help lure more airliners to redirect their flights to Incheon International Airport and be pampered by world best aircraft maintenance services.
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Old December 16th, 2009, 08:12 PM   #275
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First Emirates A380 Service to Seoul Incheon Airport
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Old December 16th, 2009, 09:53 PM   #276
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Wow.. that picture of Thai Aiwayssitting next to Emirates is really amazing.. Only now that I fully comprehend the actual size and scale of A380... large... so large...
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Old December 18th, 2009, 01:16 AM   #278
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Old January 6th, 2010, 11:29 PM   #279
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IIAC Exports World-Class Operating Expertise

Incheon International Airport will provide its expertise and know-how in the planning and building of airports to Russia following its success in winning a consulting agreement with Iraq's Irbil International Airport in February 2009.

Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) signed a Master Planning agreement with Russia's Alliance-Prom and Khabarovsk Novy Airport on December 22nd, 2009. The contract will require IIAC to provide consulting services in relation to the Master Plan for eight months.

Aiming to transform Khabarovsk Novy Airport into a hub airport serving the Far East, Alliance-Prom, which is the major shareholder of the airport, requested that IIAC and Daewoo Engineering & Construction participate in the bidding process for the contract.

The contract will require IIAC to formulate a construction plan with different phases and select the optimal location of various facilities in Khabarovsk Novy Airport such as the runway, the apron, duty free shops as well as forecasting air traffic demand. This contract will allow IIAC and other Korean companies to participate in the construction and management of airports while the partial investment made by IIAC will facilitate its push into foreign markets.

The ACI and IATA predict that air traffic demand in Russia will increase at an annual rate of 8.2% until 2017 while outbound passengers on international flights will increase at a rate of 8.8% until 2012, making it the fourth highest annual rate in the world. Traffic on domestic routes is expected to grow by an annual rate of 9.1%, which is the third highest figure in the world.

Mr. CW Lee, President & CEO of IIAC said, "As the Far East is the location of intense competition over Russia's energy resources, it has great potential in supplying natural energy sources to Northeast Asia while also becoming a key logistics hub for shipping Northeast Asian consumer goods to Russia and Europe."

He also commented, "Incheon International Airport has won this Master Plan contract from Khabarovsk Novy Airport after successfully winning our first international contract with Iraq's Irbil International Airport in February 2009. So we will now be able to enter new markets in Russia and the CIS region. Meanwhile, we plan to participate in the construction and management of airports in China."

In the future, IIAC will form a consortium of domestic firms to bid on foreign contracts with its stellar track record of operating Incheon International Airport. These efforts will give private domestic firms new opportunities to enter foreign markets in the civil works, construction, and information technology sectors. Furthermore, IIAC's involvement in airport projects in Russia's western regions and the CIS region will strengthen IIAC's position as a major hub airport in Northeast Asia by offering connecting flights to these places, which will create a vast hub network.
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