Korean Air ready for relocating to Incheon Airport T2
From next January 18, 2018
Incheon Airport Passenger Terminal 2 (T2) will officially open on January 18, 2018.
Korean Air, the nation’s largest flagship carrier, will relocate its operations from T1 to T2 on the day of the opening and welcome passengers with an automated and innovative airport service. A total of four airlines will operate out of T2 -Korean Air, Delta Air Lines, Air France and KLM– all members of SkyTeam. Commencing January 18, all passengers using these carriers must go to T2 for check-in and boarding their flight, instead of T1.
The grand opening of T2 means not only an additional passenger terminal but also a milestone in the Korean Aviation industry to increase the international competitiveness.
Thanks to T2’s cutting-edge technology, an eco-friendly architectural design and many other passenger facilities, Incheon International Airport will strengthen its position as a main hub in Northeast Asia. In addition, T2 has been designed to eradicate problems that occurred in T1, and T2 is a benchmark for successful world-class airports.
The carrier, a key airline of T2, will provide customers with extraordinary service, working in cooperation with other SkyTeam airlines to seek ways to attract transit passengers, such as the Joint-Venture with Delta Air Lines. In this regard, the opening of T2 is an important opportunity to enhance the competitiveness of Incheon Airport and the Korean Aviation industry.
World Aeronautical Press Agency