Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport and Incheon International Airport (ICN) have signed a partnership agreement that will see the two airport work in close collaboration on business and operational projects.
The DFW-ICN Airport Partnership pact outlines the principles on which the two airports will work together to jointly promote existing non-stop passenger services between Dallas/Fort Worth and Seoul, South Korea. The airports will also share information and best practices in areas ranging from sustainability to customer service, engineering, airport amenities and airfield operations.
“As peers and partners, DFW and Incheon share a common objective to improve our own position among the world’s most highly regarded airports,” said Jeff Fegan, CEO for DFW International Airport. “This agreement marks a key milestone for DFW International Airport. We have a great deal of respect for Incheon International Airport, which is unquestionably a global leader setting a new standard for airports around the world. Incheon also provides a new model of airline and government partnership that we can learn from.”
“I am confident the two airports would become great partners by exchanging strengths and best practices and be ranked as the world’s leading airports together,” said C W Lee, President and CEO of Incheon International Airport. “DFW has a full suite of experience and unmatched expertise. I am looking forward to seeing this cooperation flourish in the years to come.”