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Old January 17th, 2013, 01:54 AM   #441
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Would appear the check-in would be processed at the NEW Terminal...
From the renders it dosen't look like the new terminal has it's own access roads so all passengers still need to go to the old terminal.
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Old January 17th, 2013, 03:25 AM   #442
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I am! But I don't believe that only 39,500 domestic passengers travelled through ICN! Instead it should be 39.5 million!! Therefore overall pax growth is only 6.2% to be exact!

I think you made the same mistake as the author of the press article and forgot that it should read millions.
You are forgetting something major. This is only the month of December, so 39.5 million domestic passengers would be amazing! Also, Incheon doesn't get hardly any domestic passengers, most of them pass through Gimpo.
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Old January 17th, 2013, 01:39 PM   #443
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You are forgetting something major. This is only the month of December, so 39.5 million domestic passengers would be amazing! Also, Incheon doesn't get hardly any domestic passengers, most of them pass through Gimpo.
Oops I apologise then! I didn't know about Gimpo. Didn't imagine that so few domestic pax and an airport of that size would make sense. And I thought 39.5 million + 3 million in International pax could have made sense for the whole year. Anyway, thanks for pointing out!
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Old January 18th, 2013, 11:18 PM   #444
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Old January 18th, 2013, 11:56 PM   #445
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Seoul Incheon second Airport completion at 2017
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From the renders it dosen't look like the new terminal has it's own access roads so all passengers still need to go to the old terminal.
Take a closer look at the 2nd render there are access roads which go directly under the taxiway...
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Old January 19th, 2013, 03:42 AM   #446
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Take a closer look at the 2nd render there are access roads which go directly under the taxiway...
Ah, would you look at that!
Good thing that not all of us are as blind as me.

That's one hell of a solution. Extremly compact and efficient. Them koreans sure know what they're doing!
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Old January 19th, 2013, 08:11 PM   #447
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Do we know if the new terminal is dedicated to either KE and their Skyteam partners, or OZ? Judging by the photos, I'm inclined to think it's primarily KE.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 08:30 PM   #448
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Are there any renders on how it would look when phase 4 is completed?
I tried to google it but I only found a pic that didn't work.

Anyone got one?
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Old January 20th, 2013, 07:10 AM   #449
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Are there any renders on how it would look when phase 4 is completed?
I tried to google it but I only found a pic that didn't work.

Anyone got one?
dude i googled it and the first result had the image...
basically it's two main terminals and five runways (looks like 3 of them can be used independently at any time)...


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Old January 20th, 2013, 08:42 AM   #450
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That will be the future layout of Incheon Airport? Now that's something other airports, including Manila, can aspire to have! I then wonder how many gates all in all will ICN have once the master plan you've shown above will have, as well as the number of hangars and cargo terminals in the process. Perhaps it could model Dubai's cargo terminals to have a dedicated terminal just for shipping flowers or something unique. I am really impressed by how the Koreans are forward-thinking with Incheon... And look, it has open space too!
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Old January 20th, 2013, 02:16 PM   #451
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Wow, it's very huge!
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Old January 21st, 2013, 06:04 PM   #452
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dude i googled it and the first result had the image...
basically it's two main terminals and five runways (looks like 3 of them can be used independently at any time)...


http://kojects.com/2012/02/26/incheo...minal-by-2018/
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That will be the future layout of Incheon Airport? Now that's something other airports, including Manila, can aspire to have! I then wonder how many gates all in all will ICN have once the master plan you've shown above will have, as well as the number of hangars and cargo terminals in the process. Perhaps it could model Dubai's cargo terminals to have a dedicated terminal just for shipping flowers or something unique. I am really impressed by how the Koreans are forward-thinking with Incheon... And look, it has open space too!
The final phase of Incheon International Airport is really humongous! The Koreans really know how to carefully craft a master plan that can be changed without straying away from the original. I hope this can be implemented in the Philippines, especially that Philippine Airlines has tapped a South Korean company to help them in their proposed airport.

Once this is built, I would love to go and visit South Korea!
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Old January 21st, 2013, 08:48 PM   #453
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The final phase of Incheon International Airport is really humongous! The Koreans really know how to carefully craft a master plan that can be changed without straying away from the original. I hope this can be implemented in the Philippines, especially that Philippine Airlines has tapped a South Korean company to help them in their proposed airport.

Once this is built, I would love to go and visit South Korea!
I agree with you on that one! I truly wish the Koreans will do right when they build the airport in Manila, and hopefully, they can craft such a wonderful blueprint as Incheon's so that the Philippines will have a wonderful airport, not only to fly in and out of, but also to visit as well. Perhaps with Incheon's design, other countries can emulate it or make it even better in the progress...

Another question: with the airport expansion, how many extra A380 gates will be built, and will there be an extra Seoul or Incheon Metro or even an AREX station to serve the new terminal? If not, will there be an underground walkway or tram service in the post-security area of the airport to connect passengers between the two terminals?
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Seoul Incheon second Airport completion at 2017
Goodness that's impressive.
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What's the planned capacity once the second terminal has been completed?
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Old January 22nd, 2013, 10:22 PM   #456
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Appprx. 85 Million Pax/Year(CMIIW)
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 01:31 AM   #457
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Now that would be a really impressive passenger load indeed. I hope that airports can truly expand and carry that large number of passengers annually. It looks like the Incheon Airport plan is heating the East Asian airport building frenzy even further...
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There isn't an airport in all of the USA that comes even close.
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 06:01 AM   #459
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I think Denver is pretty close to Incheon, but I truly love Incheon much better. If only I can design something similar to that for my home country, I suspect that the Philippines will become a high-traffic tourist destination... The only problem is, how much will it cost?
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Cebu Pacific, the Philippines' largest low-cost carrier, will introduce its newest aircraft, the A330-300, on its Manila—Seoul service starting 15 July 2013. Schedule:

5J188 MNL1520 – 2005ICN 330 D
5J189 ICN2135 – 0025+1MNL 330 D

With this upgrade, service on this route will be reduced from 2 to 1 daily.

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