Incheon International Airport (ICA/RKSI), South Korea by@Airport_Tech
Incheon International Airport (ICN), the 'Winged City', is an airport located on reclaimed land approximately 32 miles from downtown Seoul, South Korea. The airport's two runways, passenger terminal complex and other facilities officially opened and became fully operational on 29 March 2001 making Incheon one of the world's biggest cargo airports.
Following the completion of phase four (when the airport (aircity) will have four runways, 128 gates, two passenger terminals and four satellite concourses) in 2020 annual passenger numbers could reach 100 million; there could be 530,000 flights and the airport could be handling over seven million tons of cargo per year, which would transform ICN into Asia's main airport hub and one of the top ten busiest airports worldwide.
Phase two expansion included the construction of a third runway, a terminal and an APM. The expansion increased the annual flight capacity from 240,000 to 410,000, annual passenger capacity from 30 million to 44 million, and annual cargo capacity from 2.7 million tons to 4.5 million tons.
Phase three expansion, which will cost about KRW4.9 trillion ($4.5bn), was started in September 2013 and is scheduled for completion in 2016. Upon completion, the airport will be able to handle 62 million passengers and cargo of 5.8 million tons annually.
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