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12-Apr-2010 10:47 AM

Incheon International Airport launches new incentive programmes for airlines

South Korea's Incheon International Airport, which has reported a 15% increase in passenger volume in 1Q2010, stated (09-Apr-2010) it plans to offer a new incentive programme for airlines to attract new services to the airport, effective 28-Mar-2010. The programme sets different levels of incentives, including discounts on landing charges and office rental fees. Any new airlines initiating services to the airport will receive a  one-year waiver of landing fees, as well as 50% discount on official rental fees for the first one year. The programme also includes a waiver of landing fees for scheduled services to new destinations, a 50% discount on landing fees for increased frequency and a 25% reduction to scheduled night flights. [more]

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