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FALCON SPIDER delivered to Incheon International Airport

TCA LIFT has delivered a FALCON SPIDER FS420 to the new passenger Terminal 2 at Incheon International Airport in Korea.


One of the FALCONs a FALCON SPIDER FS420 with 42 meters working height has just been delivered and handed over to Incheon International Airport. This is the second FALCON SPIDER delivered to Incheon Airport.

Sales Manager at TCA LIFT Brian Falck Schmidt explains:

“The FALCON will be used for daily maintenance of the building both inside and outside. Our wheel mounted Falcons have become known in South Korea due to its unique Spider features, offering low weight, low ground pressure, dual power system, and the unmatched double jib performances.”

Incheon International Airport located in Seoul started the new passenger Terminal 2 in 2013, and will be ready to serve international passengers arriving for the Pyeong Chang Winter Olympic Games in 2018.

The whole terminal project, including the expansion stage, is expected to be completed by 2025, and will be ready to support more than 62 million passengers and over 1000 daily flights.

The terminal has been constructed based on Korean design patterns representing Korean culture and traditions. The terminal has sculpture and exhibition areas, indoor streams, and indoor gardens. The flora and the fauna of the gardens are expected to reduce the costs of air conditioning and ventilation. 

Source: TCA Lift A/S

Falcon Spider FS 420 on LECTURA Specs