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WHY WE CHOSE INCHEON AIRPORT

Rated as the best airport for 7 consecutive years (2005-2012) Overwhelming facilities Best departure and arrival process in the whole industry

Net profits for 8 consecutive years


Current worth USD 70 billion

BRIEF HISTORY OF INCHEON AIRPORT


Increased traffic after the 1988 Seoul Olympics, needed a way to cope
Construction of the Incheon airport began in November 1992

Constructed on reclaimed land between Yeongjong Island and Youngyu Island


Eight years to construct, with an additional six months to test Officially opened in March 2001

PHASES PLANNED FOR THE AIRPORT


Phase 1
Pax capacity : 30 million per annum Cargo capacity: 1.7 million metric tons per annum Construction of:
Passenger terminal with a floor space of 496,000 square meters Two parallel runways Control tower Administrative building Transportation centre Three cargo terminals International business centre Government office building

November 1992: Phase I construction and site preparation initiated March 2001 : Phase I competed

PHASES PLANNED FOR THE AIRPORT


Phase 2
Pax capacity: 44 million per annum Cargo capacity: 4.5 million metric tons per annum Construction of:
A third parallel 4,000 meters (13,000 ft) long runway 13-hectare cargo terminal area 16.5 hectare concourse connected to the main passenger building via two parallel 870 meters (2,850 ft) long underground passageways Shuttle train shuttling passengers between the concourse and the main terminal

February 2002: Phase II construction starts June 2008: Phase II construction is completed

PHASES PLANNED FOR THE AIRPORT


Phase 3
Pax capacity: 62 million per annum Cargo capacity: 5.8 million metric tons per annum Planned construction of:
Second passenger terminal in the northern field of the airport Expand existing cargo terminal and other infrastructure Connection with each other by the underground "Starline" train

2011: Phase III construction starts 2017: Phase III construction is expected to be completed Estimated expenditure: 4 trillion (USD3.7 billion)

PHASES PLANNED FOR THE AIRPORT


Phase 4
Pax capacity: 100 million per annum Cargo capacity: 7 million metric tons per annum Upon completion, the airport will have:
2 passenger terminals 4 satellite concourses 5 parallel runways (1 dedicated for cargo flights)

Estimated to be completed by 2020

OPERATION FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

CONTROL TOWER

22 story, 100.4 meters tall A Parabolic antenna is located on the highest floor, which is used by he Airport Surface Detection Equipment Detects all airplanes and obstacles within 5km Total area of Control Tower is 179sqm, the 3rd largest in the world

RUNWAYS
3 parallel asphalt runways, 15R/33L, 15L33R and 16/43 Both 15R/33L and 15L/33R are each 3750 meters long, while runway 16/34 is 4000 meters long All runways are equipped with ILS CAT IIIb at both sides to allow for operation in visibility conditions as low as 50 meters Air Traffic Controllers can provide progressive taxiing to an aircraft by setting the computer to manipulate the taxi and runway lights so that it will lead them to their designated gate or parking stand

MAIN TERMINAL
The main passenger terminal measures 594,000 sqm Was designed by Curtis W. Fentress of Fentress Architects Construction cost was 1.3816 trillion (USD 1.2 billion) The terminal has:
44 boarding ports (all of which can accommodate the new Airbus A380) 50 customs inspection ports 2 biological quarantine counters 6 stationary and 14 portable passenger quarantine counters 120 arrival passport inspection counters 8 arrival security ports 28 departure security ports 252 check in counters 120 departure passport inspection counters

CONCOURSE
Completed at the end of May 2008 All foreign airlines use this terminal as of 10th June 2008 Connected to the Main Terminal by two parallel 870metre long underground passageways equipped with IATs (Intra Airport Transit). Has 30 gates and 6 lounges

CARGO TERMINAL
The Cargo Terminal Area (CTA) comprises:
6 cargo terminals 5 separated warehouses All E/F class 36 parking stands for freighters Administration offices

OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY IN INCHEON AIRPORT

OPERATIONS FLOW CHART

SERVICES AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN TERMINAL

WHATS ON THE B1 FLOOR?


Provides passengers with amenities, such as:
Food Court Bank Convenience store Record shop Bookstore Drug store Sauna (open 24 hours a day, can be a good resting place for passengers who have to stay one night at the airport).

WHATS ON THE FIRST FLOOR? (ARRIVAL)


The first floor of the Passenger Terminal has a baggage-claim area and a customs area for arriving passengers The F1 features many convenient facilities and information counters for greeters and passengers shops include fast food stores, coffee shops, flower shops, photo shops and foreign exchange booths Information counters help people to easily get information on the airport, buses, hotels, car rentals, and delivery services.

WHATS ON THE SECOND FLOOR?


The immigration and quarantine areas for arriving passengers are located on the second floor. Also on the second floor are offices of fixed based operators in the airport, such as airline companies. A coffee shop which is more quiet and relaxing atmosphere than those on the first, third and fourth floors. Passengers can easily access the Internet at the Internet Center next to the coffee shop

WHATS ON THE THIRD FLOOR?


The center part of the third floor has ticket counters of each airline Specialty retail stores for clothes, souvenirs, sportswear and stationery are located Stores for luggage wrapping, courier services, foods and beverages, and convenience stores are also here Security inspection, departure immigration, waiting room, and lounge for departing passengers Restaurants, coffee shops, duty free shops and foreign exchange booths are also located on the outer portion Foreign and domestic airlines check-in counters for over-sized baggage

WHATS ON THE FOURTH FLOOR?


The fourth floor houses only shops and amenities for passengers. Food and beverage shops provide a various selection of menus including Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Western foods. There are also restaurants operated by Koreas topclass hotel and buffet restaurants. Airlines VIP lounges and transfer/transit lounges. For transit and transfer passengers staying at the airport for long hours, facilities such as massage/shower room, prayer room, and transit hotel are provided at the east and west end of the fourth floor.

GROUND TRANSPORT
Bus
Bus stops are located on the arrival floor Bus tickets and information are available here

Taxi
Taxi stops are located on the arrival floor Jumbo taxis, branded taxis and regular taxis are available here

KTX (Korea Express Train)


Information counter for KTX is located at the east and west end of the Passenger Terminal First floor

TRAFFIC AND STATISTICS


Passenger volume 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 14,542,290 20,924,171 19,789,874 24,084,072 26,051,466 28,191,116 31,227,897 29,973,522 28,549,770 33,478,925 35,062,366 38,970,864 Change over previous year 43.9% 5.4% 21.7% 8.2% 8.2% 10.8% 4.0% 4.8% 17.3% 4.7% 11.1% Aircraft operations Cargo tonnage 86,807 1,186,015 126,094 1,705,928 130,185 1,843,055 149,776 2,133,444 160,843 2,150,139 182,007 2,336,571 211,404 2,555,580 211,102 2,423,717 198,918 2,313,002 214,835 2,684,499 229,580 2,539,222 254,037 2,456,724 Source: IIAC Airport Statistics

ACCOLADES 2013
Best Airport In The World
Award Presentation : GT Tested Awards Organization : Global Traveler Circulation : World

International Airport of the Year 2013


Award Presentation : CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence Organization :CAPA Circulation : World

The World Routes Awards 2013


Award Presentation : The World Routes Awards 2013 Organization : UBM Live Circulation : World

ACCOLADES 2013
Airport with the Best Duty Free
Award Presentation : Airport with the Best Duty Free Organization : Business Traveler Magazine Circulation : World

Best Airport in Asia-Pacific


Award Presentation : Airport Service Quality Awards for 2012 Organization : ACI (Airport Council International) Circulation : World

Best Airport less than 25-40 million passengers


Award Presentation : Airport Service Quality Awards for 2012 Organization : ACI (Airport Council International) Circulation : World

ACCOLADES 2013
Airport of the Year 2013
Award Presentation : World Air Cargo Awards 2013 Organization : Air Cargo Week Circulation : World

Best Green Service Airport


Award Presentation : The Asian Freight & Supply Chain Award Organization : Cargonews Asia Circulation : Asia

Best Cargo Airport in Asia


Award Presentation : Air Cargo Excellence Awards Organization : Air Cargo World Circulation : World