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Asiana Airlines promotes Incheon Airport as a convenient transfer airport lounge

ASIANA Airlines hosted a presentation on Friday, April 22, in Phnom Penh to promote Incheon Airport in South Korea as a transfer hub. By emphasising the strengths of Incheon Airport, the airline encourages travel agencies to make stop-over packages transferring the airport.
Incheon airport has a minimum connection time of 45 minutes, which is perfect for transfer. Onward transfers of Asiana Airlines is 45 minutes, and transfers between Asiana Airlines and other carriers takes 70 minutes. Transfer passengers can enjoy complimentary services such as free showers, free internet/wifi, Kids Zone and lounge chairs. The free shower room is equipped with finest facilities and it also offers free shower kits. Incheon airport offers services like free rentals of tablet PCs.
If passengers are interested in Korean traditional culture, they can visit the Korean Traditional Cultural experience centre at the airport.
After they are refreshed, travel-weary passengers can enjoy traditional performances, make handicrafts for free and enjoy a range of passenger-oriented services. Photos by Chhim Sreyneang

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