We spoke to Myojung (MJ) Koh, Smart Airport Team Manager at Incheon International Airport, about how the airport's Smart Airport Plan is revolutionising the passenger experience.
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The operators of Prague Airport and Incheon International have announced they have boosted their ties by signing an 'extensive partnership agreement'.
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Airport IT week: Frequentis voice and recording systems take Incheon International Airport into the future
12 September 2016 | By International Airport Review
Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC) has asked an international consortium to design a new VoIP network and ATM infrastructure...
4 July 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Budapest Airport welcomed its first direct connection to South Korea on Friday 01 July via Hungarian gateway’s latest airline partner, Asiana Airlines.
19 December 2013 | By Seong-Kag Hong, Vice President, Aerodrome Division at Incheon International Airport Corporation.
Incheon International Airport uses an automated airport obstacle control system to maintain a safe airfield. Seong-Kag Hong, Vice President for Incheon’s Aerodrome Division provides an overview of the system...
16 June 2011 | By ARINC Incorporated
Three Chinese airlines have signed for the AviNet® Airport wide-area network service...
16 June 2006 | By Dr. John D. Kasarda, Director, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina
Demand, competition and opportunity in Asia are stimulating airport evolution and the emergence of the Aerotropolis. In this article, John Kasarda traces the development of the region’s airport cities.