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Author Topic: Seoul Gimpo to Incheon move  (Read 433 times)

Offline isuzu777

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Seoul Gimpo to Incheon move
« on: October 27, 2013, 06:05:13 PM »

I have never been involved in an airport move, but I just experienced the move from Gimpo to Incheon. Demand dropped by as much as 50-70% on some long haul routes. Is this normal? For example, Chicago and Atlanta used to support 2 747 flights per day, but now Chicago is at about 1 747 worth of demand, and Atlanta even less than one. Will the demand slowly build back up, or am I in huge trouble?

It would seem that when Incheon opened, longhaul service to/from South Korea expanded rapidly.... not shrunk drastically.
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Offline Infinity

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Re: Seoul Gimpo to Incheon move
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2013, 06:11:45 PM »
Some routes shrink, some grow. For example, when I was in Seoul, GMP used to support a daily flight to MAN but demand there halved when ICN opened.
You need to go through your entire network and adjust.


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