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21 November 2016
Commercial Aircraft

Opening doors in South Korea: Airbus’ A380 supports growth at the country’s major hub

As a highly modern society, it is no surprise that South Korea today has two home-based A380 airline operators – Korean Air and Asiana Airlines – who are taking advantage of the “A380 effect” to define new opportunities in the Seoul Capital Area and own the sky. 
Using Incheon Airport as a finely-tuned hub-and-spoke operation to serve South Korea and its capital city, Seoul, these carriers’ A380s are important assets in capturing traffic growth, developing business and increasing tourism links across Asia and beyond. 
A combined total of 15 A380s currently are flown by the two airlines, helping put Incheon Airport on track to become one of the world’s top global airports. 
For more on how the A380 is generating business and development for Korea, see Airbus’ YouTube video.

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