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Article from BTNews 19 FEBRUARY 2018

Seoul Airport move for Korean

Incheon Airport Passenger Terminal 2 (T2) has officially opened. Korean Air, the nation’s largest flagship carrier, has now relocated its operations to T2. 

Four airlines now operate out of T2 – Korean Air, Delta Air Lines, Air France and KLM – all members of SkyTeam.

Korean Air has increased the number of check-in kiosks and automated bag-drop machines at T2. The new terminal has also introduced 24 of the newest screening devices and the technology in this terminal ensures passengers’ check-in, immigration and transit time is reduced by up to 20min compared to T1.

To shorten passengers’ waiting time for their checked luggage, a high-speed system to transport baggage has been deployed in T2. Meanwhile, the access to the airport is more convenient than before, with the bus and airport train stations located right beside T2.

Following what seems a growing trend there is also new exclusive check-in facilities for high-value clients at the new terminal.

First Class Korean Air passengers now should head for a  ‘Premium check-in Lounge’ which will act as a one-stop concierge service, including check-in, baggage check, immigration information, and even welcome drinks. Prestige Class passengers and frequent flyers such as Million Miler Club and Morning Calm Premium members will be welcomed at ‘Premium Check-in Counters’.

www.seoul-airport.com

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