Kenya Airports Authority and Korea Airports Corporation Sign MOU

Kenya Airports Authority has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Korea Airports Corporation, which will enable both parties to collaborate on various fields of airport operations, training, develop closer relations, build industry professionalism and enhance international trade between the aviation industry of Korea and Kenya.
Eng. Stephen Gichuki of KAA and Mr Yong Su of Korea Airports Corporation

Eng Stephen Gichuki, Managing Director of Kenya Airports Authority signed on behalf of Kenya Airports Authority while Korea Airports Corporation was represented by its Executive Vice President, Mr Yong Su Bae, who was accompanied by the General Manager Mr Kee hyo Hong and Mr. Yun Gu Bae Senior Manager.

Among the key areas of interest in the MOU are exchange of professional experiences relating to the development, operation, economic development and industry advancements of both organization. Sharing of insights and information relating to the aviation industry,  promoting the expansion of safe, modern, efficient airports and benchmarking opportunities within the two organizations.

Eng. Stephen Gichuki said: “ Kenya Airports Authority is very pleased with the signing of this Memorandum of Understanding with Korean Airports Corporation, and will immediately embark on its implementation. This collaboration reflects our continued efforts to learn from best practice of other leading airports. “

In his remarks Mr Yong Su Bae Executive Vice President of Korea Airports Corporation said: This MOU that we have signed today will enhance the good relations between Korea Airports Corporation and Kenya Airports Authority and enable us to develop joint strategies for future development, as we have the same ideas for mutual cooperation. I will strive to develop and enhance the relationship between the two organizations.”

Korea Airports Corporation (KAC) was established in 1980 to carry out efficient construction, management, and operation of airports and seamless air transportation. As an airport management specializing organization, KAC manages and operates total of 14 airports , 7 international and 7 domestic, namely  Seoul International Airport , Gimhae International Airport , Gimpo International Airport , Jeju International Airport, Daegu International Airport, Cheongju International Airport , Yang yang International Airport, Muan International Airport, Gwangju Airport, Ulsan Airport, Yeosu Airport, Sacheon Airport, Pohang Airport, Gunsan Airport, Wonju Airport. KAC also manages the Area Control Center, 10 VOR/TACs and Korea Civil Aviation Academy.  Its flagship airport is Seoul Incheon International Airport.
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