South Korea’s primary air hub Seoul Incheon International Airport has begun a multi-stage expansion project aimed at enabling the facility  to handle 106 million passengers by 2024. The South Korean government’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said the airport operator, Incheon International Airport Corp (IIAC), will invest KRW4.8 trillion ($4.1 billion) to expand Terminal 2 and built a fourth runway by 2024. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Nov. 19 to ...

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