272 Gonghang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon / Tel: +82-2-1577-2600, 1577-2600
Incheon International Airport, which opened in March 2001, is the largest airport in Korea and serves as the main entrance gate for travelers visiting Korea. Incheon International Airport offers only three domestic routes: Daegu, Busan, and Jeju. It offers flights to Daegu two times per day, and to Busan generaly four times per day. Flights to Jeju operate once or twice a day except for Mondays and Fridays, when there are no flights. Flights will operate under this schedule but are subject to change, so it is highly recommended to confirm in advance and book tickets before visiting the airport. Traveling domestically, such as to Busan, Jeju, or Daegu, it is recommended to use Gimpo Airport, as it carries most of the domestic flight traffic. Incheon International Airport is expected to have more domestic routes available in the near future.
* Guidebooks and brochures are available in English, Japanese, Chinese, and German.
Check-in and ticketing for both Korean Airlines and Asiana Airlines is available at counter Z on the 1st floor of the passenger terminal.
Located in passenger terminal, B1 level (west side, next to Shinhan Bank), +82-32-741-3114
Arrival → Quarantine Regulations → (Concourse gates 101 - 132: go to B1 and take shuttle train to main
concourse) → Arrival Immigration → Baggage Claim → Animal/Plant
Quarantine Livestock Associate → Customs Inspection → Arrivals Hall
Check-in & Baggage Drop-off → Quarantine Regulations → Customs Declaration → Security Check → Departure Immigration → Boarding
Website: www.cyberairport.kr (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
Buses from Incheon International Airport to Seoul or Gimpo Airport operate at 10-15 minute intervals during flight operation hours. One of the most convenient ways to get to Seoul is by coach
bus, called limousine buses. Deluxe Limousine Bus tickets to Seoul cost 7,000-15,000 won, and Standard Limousine Bus tickets cost 5,000-10,000 won. For more information about limousine buses or regular buses, or to purchase tickets, visit the indoor ticket booths at the passenger terminal arriving floor(1F)'s entrances 4 or 9, or the outdoor bus ticket booths next to entrances 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13 & 9C.
It is recommended that passengers confirm their destination's bus stop number and location at the Transportation Information Counter because there are many bus routes to and from the airport.
For more information on buses, please click here
- Taxi stand: Passenger terminal arrival floor (1F), 4D-8C
- There is no additional fare charge from Seoul, Incheon, and Gyeonggi-do to Incheon Airport, as it is bound to joint taxi-driving areas in Seoul, Incheon and Gyeonggi-do (limited to Bupyeong, Gwangmyeong, Gimpo and Goyang-si). However, taking a taxi to the opposite direction might cost an additional charge.
- Toll fees shall be furnished by the passenger.
* Information in this document is subject to changes and updates without notice.
108 Gonghangjinim-ro, Gangseo-gu, Busan / Tel: +82-1661-2626
To travel from Busan to Seoul takes 5 to 6 hours by car, but a flight just takes an hour, which is a reason why this route (Seoul-Busan) is the most popular domestic flight. Gimhae Airport has separate domestic and international arrival terminals. Each arrival area has information centers.
* The Korea Tourism Organization operates the information center between gates 2 and 3 on the 1st floor in the International Arrivals terminal. Pamphlets about Busan are available in English, Japanese and Chinese. Open 09:00 - 21:00 (depending on flight schedule), year-round.
* Busan Tourism Association: International 1F (+82-51-973-2800), Domestic 1F (+82-51-973-4607)
* Gyeongsangnam-do Tourism Association: International 1F (+82-51-973-4537), Domestic 1F (+82-51-973-4527)
* Gyeongsangbuk-do Tourism Association: International 1F (+82-51-973-1033)
You can take the limousine bus, intercity bus, city bus and others departing from Gimhae Airport at the 2nd
floor overpass in front of the international terminal.
Gimhae International Airport Station is on the Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Transit
(BGL) line, which
connects directly to Busan Subway Line 2 and 3.
You can take the train from Gupo Station (Gyeongbu Line, Busan Subway
Line 3) near the airport. For train schedule and detailed information, refer to
the Korail website.
* Information is subject to changes and updates without notice.
150 Gonghang-dongl, Gangseo-gu, Seoul / Tel: +82-1661-2626
Until 2001, Gimpo International Airport was the largest international airport in Korea. After Incheon International Airport opened, Gimpo Airport transformed into a largely domestic airport. It offers the most domestic flight routes in Korea, as well as a few international flights to Tokyo (Haneda), Osaka, Nagoya, Beijing, Shanghai (Honggiao), and Taipei. Gimpo Airport has both domestic and international terminals.
* Guidebooks and brochures are available in English, Japanese, and Chinese.
Gimpo Airport is connected to Gimpo Airport Station on Seoul Subway Lines 5, 9,
and the Airport Railroad by an underground passageway. The subway is the most convenient and cheapest transportation option to travel from the airport to Seoul.
For more information on the Seoul subway system, please visit the following websites.
You can take airport limousine buses, intercity buses, Gimpo buses, and buses to Seoul at the boarding platform in front of the gates. You can board an airport coach
bus heading into various places in Seoul from outside the arrivals
terminals. Bus fare ranges from 4,000 won to 7,000 won.
There are taxi stands in front of each terminal. There are also taxi stands for short distances.
2 Gonghang-ro, Jeju-si / Tel: +82-1661-2626
Located on the biggest island in Korea, Jeju International Airport is the second-most frequently visited airport in Korea after Incheon Airport. It also has the second-highest number of international flights operating in Korea. Jeju International Airport's location at the center of Northeast Asia plays a role in connecting flights across China, Japan and Southeast Asia countries.
Exit 1: Intercity and city buses
Exit 5: Coach bus (limousine bus) to Seogwipo (T.H.E. Hotel, Jungmun, World Cup Stadium)
* Bus fare is 1,000 won to 5,000 won (adult), and varies depending on destinations
All taxies are available to travel to most places on Jeju Island.