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Old January 14th, 2008, 01:16 AM   #81
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Old January 14th, 2008, 03:51 AM   #82
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Finnair to operate Helsinki - Incheon in June 08

Lufthansa to operate Munich - Incheon - Shenyang, China (June 08) in addition to Munich - Incheon - Busan route they already serve.
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Old January 15th, 2008, 12:32 AM   #83
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Old January 26th, 2008, 06:28 PM   #84
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IIAC Agrees on Creation of Logistics Center with Semiconductor Company


The Incheon International Airport can be sensitive to needs of specific industries, a fact that was amply demonstrated by an agreement for the creation of a logistics center for advanced semiconductor firms inside the IIAC’s Free Trade Zone with leading semiconductor distributor Seokyoung Brite Stone Co. (CEO Im Gwang-ho).

Due to be completed in December 2008, Brite Stone’s new logistics center will be a three-story structure occupying a 1.32-acre lot in the FTZ, with construction costs estimated at 6 billion won ($6 million).

As distributor of high-tech semiconductor products, Brite Stone is active in Korea as well as in many overseas markets including China, Hong Kong, and the US. By signing the agreement, Brite Stone will relocate its logistics operations currently headquartered in Hong Kong to Incheon, and attempt to build the company’s logistics hub for Northeast Asia for import/export of semiconductors and electronics/electrical parts, and also expand the range of its cutting-edge logistical services with Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and services for high-value products. Experience accumulated from these operations will serve as the basis for Brite Stone’s entry into the logistics market as a professional firm specializing in logistical services in semiconductors.

By inviting Brite Stone to become the first shipping company specializing in semiconductor products to utilize Incheon International Airport as its logistics hub, Incheon International Airport Corporation is hedging that the move will prove a foundation for attracting manufacturers and distributors of high-tech products. The latest deal is also expected to increase cargo traffic at IIAC by 30000 tons annually, and lead to further increases in air logistics through the airport.

Following the decision to create a semiconductor logistics complex, the Airport Logistics Complex located in Incheon International Airport’s Free Trade Zone is recording a tenancy rate of 64.7% (as of January 2008) since opening its doors in March 2006, and continues to maintain a fast pace of growth.

VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory) Service: A logistical model where the vendor moves into the manufacturer’s storage facilities and supplies and manages the inflow of parts in accordance with the manufacturer’s production plans.
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Old January 29th, 2008, 10:17 PM   #85
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Old February 27th, 2008, 06:53 PM   #86
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Incheon Airport Named Best in World Again

Incheon International Airport has been named "Best Airport Worldwide" for a third consecutive year in an annual airport service quality survey conducted by the Airports Council International (ACI).
According to Incheon International Airport and ACI, Incheon ranked the world's best by scoring top marks in 30 of 34 service factors. The service quality rankings are based on the results of nearly 200,000 questionnaires completed by passengers who used 99 major airports around the world in 2007.

Incheon also came in first place in 2005 and 2006, becoming the first airport to win the best worldwide award for three straight years. Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia and Singapore's Changi Airport ranked second and third, respectively.

ACI has conducted its airport service quality survey annually since 1993. Thirteen different awards are given to the top airports by region and size, with the best worldwide award a kind of grand prize. The awards ceremony will be held in Shanghai, China on April 1.

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Old March 1st, 2008, 02:59 PM   #88
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question, does the satellite concourse have check-in counters on the central part? it looks like it will have some...
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Old March 1st, 2008, 05:39 PM   #89
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I think all the check-ins will be done at the main terminal. The center of the satellite concourse is wider because I think thats where the underground train will be. There may be transfer desk and some check-ins and or Info desk.
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Old March 6th, 2008, 11:15 AM   #90
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That would be very convenient. It will cut flying time by 6-8 hours!
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Old March 8th, 2008, 03:34 AM   #91
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hi guys!

do you know Asiana has interests to start operations in Italy?

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Old March 9th, 2008, 06:37 AM   #92
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do you know Asiana has interests to start operations in Italy?

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I know that they are expanding to Europe and will start service to Paris in March. I doubt they will, given the traffic figures. Korean Air (Alitalia code share) only has 3 flights a week to Rome. If the market needs additional flights, I would think it would go to Korean Air or Alitalia.
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Qatar Airways will increase the number of flights between Seoul and Doha


A daily flight service will be available between Seoul and Doha, following Qatar Airways' increase in the number of operations at the end of this month.

The Doha-based carrier recently said that it will increase flights between the two cities starting March 30, offering Korean passengers more options to a wide range of connecting flights to onward destinations in Europe, Middle East, Africa and North America.

The carrier's strategy for 2008 is to boost frequencies on several existing routes, following increasing demand for Qatar's renowned five-star service.

"The increase in the frequency to Seoul reflects the growing importance Qatar has placed on the Far East region,'' said Marwan Koleilat, senior manager of commercial operations for Far East and Australasia.

"Economic expansion in many countries across Asia has seen large increases in international air traffic, and Qatar Airways is very aware of opportunities in the region,'' he said.

For example, the day after going daily on the Doha-Seoul route, the carrier launches its inaugural flight between Doha and Guangzhou in China, he added. Guangzhou will be the fourth point in China the airline flies to, following Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Koleilat also said Qatar is exploring other opportunities to increase the frequency on its existing routes in the region.

"Korea has a thriving economy and we are delighted to be able to offer the traveling public daily flights from Seoul to Doha, and beyond to over 80 destinations worldwide,'' the senior manager said.

Qatar launched its first flight from Seoul to Doha in 2003 with three weekly services. For the daily operation, the carrier's state-of-the-art A330 aircraft will be used. The flight will depart Seoul at 9:35 p.m. and arrive in Doha at 5:45 a.m. the following day, with a brief stopover in Osaka, Japan.

Qatar Airways, the national flag carrier of Qatar, is one of the fastest-growing airlines in the world, with an average annual growth of 40 percent in the last 10 years. It is ranked a five-star airline by Skytrax, the independent aviation industry monitoring agency, for its quality, high standards and service excellence.

As of December 2007, the airline was flying to 81 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and America, with its fleet of 60 aircraft. In 2008, the carrier will extend its global network to Guangzhou in China and Houston in the U.S. It also plans to increase its fleet size to 110 aircraft by 2013.

The New Doha International Airport is scheduled to open in 2010 with the capacity to handle 12 million passengers a year, and operate full scale in 2015 for 50 million passengers.

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I know that they are expanding to Europe and will start service to Paris in March. I doubt they will, given the traffic figures. Korean Air (Alitalia code share) only has 3 flights a week to Rome. If the market needs additional flights, I would think it would go to Korean Air or Alitalia.
now KE has added the 4th weekly flight to FCO on Saturday
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What's the status on the 3rd runway and new terminal? Are they operational yet?
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Old March 26th, 2008, 07:27 PM   #96
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What's the status on the 3rd runway and new terminal? Are they operational yet?
Will be this Summer.
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Aerobridges r butiful!!!! and so is the airport!!!!
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Old April 13th, 2008, 10:51 AM   #100
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I gotta say it just ain't right without the terminal buildings in Seoul Incheon.
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