Prague Airport and Incheon International Airport Corporation sign partnership agreement


Prague Airport and Incheon International Airport Corporation (IIAC), the operator of Incheon International Airport in South Korea, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will see the companies work together on airport operations and development, security improvements and customer experience, as well as sustainable growth. The MoU also considers the development of new technologies, such as biometrics and robotics.

Representatives of both companies will regularly meet to share experiences and inspiration, and the partnership between the two airports will also support the growth of regular scheduled connections between the Czech Republic and South Korea.

Commenting at the signing of the MoU on May 22 at Václav Havel Airport Prague, Vaclav Rehor, chairman of the board of directors of Prague Airport, said, “We can appreciate that, thanks to its busy operations and ongoing development, in many areas, Incheon International Airport is more technologically advanced than our airport. We highly appreciate our partner’s readiness and willingness to cooperate with our airport.”

President and CEO of Incheon International Airport, Dr Il-Young Chung, commented, “As the aviation demand at Václav Havel Airport Prague is expected to grow continuously, the MoU between our two airports will be of great help in our aviation network expansion.

“We will continue to establish strategic partnerships with East European airports that have much growth potential, and equip Incheon International Airport with differentiated hub competitiveness.”


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