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  • International Airports, 8 Gateways to Korea

    There are eight international airports in Korea and, among them, visitors from abroad are likely already familiar with Incheon International Airport, which its excellence as a global airport has been well-recognized, and Jeju International Airport, where the beautiful landscape of Jeju Island can be enjoyed. In particular, Jeju International Airport gained notability in 2010 for its distinction as the “No. 1 busiest route in the world selected by OAG.” Smaller airports including those in Daegu, Muan, and Yangyang have limited routes and few convenience facilities such as duty free shops but, thanks to the simple boarding procedure and quiet atmosphere, more and more passengers are using these airports.
    Airports take care of the beginning and end of your trip to Korea. Not only do they provide a mode of transportation, but also entertainment complexes that offer shopping, dining, cultural performances, and events. Experience excitement above and beyond your imagination at Korean airports.

    Incheon International Airport
    Incheon International Airport

    This is Korea’s representative airport. Nearly all domestic and foreign air carriers flying into Seoul land at Incheon International Airport. Depending on the airline, flights arrive at either Passenger Terminal 1 or 2. When moving between terminals, use the free shuttle bus or pay a small fare to take the Airport Railroad Express.

    ▼See Passenger and Cargo Airlines by Terminal▼
    • Terminal 1: FedEX Express, Greater Bay Airlines, Lao Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, MIAT Mongolian Airlines, Myanmar Airways International, Batik Air Malaysia, Vietnam Air, Vietjet Air, Saudia Airline, Sichuan Airlines, Shandong Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Cebu Pacific, SriLankan Airlines, Sky Angkor Airlines, Scoot Tigerair, Silk Way West Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Amerijet, American Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Atlas Air, Emirates, EVA Air, Air New Zealand, Air Astana, Aero Mongolia, Aero Logic, Air Macau, Air Busan, Air Seoul, AirAsia Berhad, AirAsia X, Air India Limited, Air Incheon, Air Japan, Air Premia, Air Hong Kong, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Uzbekistan Airways, YTO Cargo Airlines, United Airlines, UPS, Eastarjet, Japan Airlines, ANA, Jeju Air, Jetstar, Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Postal Airlines, China Cargo Airlines, Zipair, Tianjin Airlines, Qingdao Airlines, Spring Airlines, Cargolux Italia, Cargolux, Qatar Airways, Kalitta Air, Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, Qantas Airways, Tigerair Taiwan, Thai AirAsia X, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, Turkmenistan Airlines, T’way Air, Polar Air Cargo, LOT Polish Airlines, Peach Aviation, Finnair, Philippines AirAsia, Philippine Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Hong Kong Express, Hong Kong Airlines
    • Terminal 2: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, Korean Air, Delta Air Lines, Xiamen Airlines, Air France, China Airlines, Jin Air

      * Airlines information is subject to change; please check the Incheon International Airport website for accuracy.
      www.airport.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
    Tip Don’t miss out on convenient airport facilities!


    As a multiple award-winning airport selected by the TTG Travel Awards, Incheon International Airport offers a wide range of convenience facilities for travelers - from restaurants, cafes, duty free shops, bookstores, and other shopping venues to free airport Wi-Fi, countless device charging ports throughout the airport, currency exchange counters, massage shops, shower facilities, a capsule hotel, spa, post office, hospital, pharmacy, and a prayer room for Muslims. The airport also hosts special events such as concerts and traditional Korean cultural performances. At the culture centers and exhibit rooms scattered throughout the airport, you can enjoy traditional Korean cultural experiences, performances, and artworks.

    Gimpo International Airport

    This is the closest airport to the city of Seoul with both international and domestic terminals. It operates a limited number of international flights to a few regions including Japan, China, and Taiwan. If you land at Gimpo International Airport, it is faster to get to the city center of Seoul, and it is also convenient to transfer to flights to other parts of Korea such as Jeju Island and Busan. Free shuttle buses operate from the International Terminal to the Domestic Terminal.

    Shuttle bus guide (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
    Gimhae International Airport

    This is the gateway airport to Busan, Korea’s second largest city. It operates international flights to Japan, Southeast Asia, Guam, Mongolia, China, and Hong Kong. It also operates domestic flights to Incheon, Gimpo, and Jeju. You can take either a bus or the subway to downtown Busan and the trip takes approximately 40 minutes to an hour depending on the destination. Free shuttle buses operate from the International Terminal to the Domestic Terminal.

    Shuttle bus guide (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
    Jeju International Airport

    Jeju Island is Korea’s largest island as well as the most famous travel destination in the country. The Seoul-Jeju route is known as one of the busiest routes in the world. For international flights, there are routes to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and certain regions in Southeast Asia. The airport is located close to downtown Jeju so it takes approximately 15 minutes by city bus to Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal. It is also convenient to use rental cars.

    ✔Rental car guide at Jeju International Airport

    Rental cars are prohibited to park in Jeju International Airport parking lots. All rental car companies have their own offices near the airport and offer free airport pick-up and drop-off via shuttle bus. Wait at the designated shuttle bus stop of your rental car company and take the shuttle bus provided by the rental car company. Upon returning the rental car, the rental car company will provide a free drop-off service at the airport as well.

    Rental car shuttle bus location (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
    Cheongju International Airport

    This airport is located in Chungcheongbuk-do, the center of Korea. Upon arrival, there is convenient access to the nearby cities of Cheongju and Daejeon as well as other parts of Chungcheong region. There are international flights to Japan, Taiwan, China, and Southeast Asian countries like Vietnam. Domestic flight to Jeju is also available. From Cheongju Airport to the closest KTX station, Osong Station, it takes approximately 50 minutes by city bus and approximately 20 minutes by Mugunghwa Train. Osong Station-bound Mugunghwa trains from Cheongju Airport operate 11 times a day.

    Yangyang International Airport

    Yangyang International Airport is the lone international airport in Gangwon State, the northeastern region of Korea. There are routes flying to Tokyo, Japan and certain cities in Southeast Asia. There is a free shuttle bus traveling from Yangyang International Airport to Yangyang Intercity Terminal. The airport is close to Gangneung and Sokcho, two of the most famous tourist cities on the east coast.

    Shuttle bus guide (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
    Daegu International Airport

    This international airport is located in downtown Daegu, Korea’s third largest city. It operates international routes to Japan, Taiwan, China, and Southeast Asia as well as domestic flights to Jeju. It is convenient to travel from Daegu International Airport to attractions in Daegu, Gyeongju, and nearby regions in Gyeongsangbuk-do. It takes approximately 20 minutes by city bus to Dongdaegu Station, a KTX train stop.

    Muan International Airport

    Muan International Airport is the lone international airport in the Jeolla region, the southwestern part of Korea. It operates international flights to Japan, China, Taiwan, Southeast Asian countries. It also operates domestic flights to Jeju, Gimpo, and Ulsan. It takes around 40 minutes by city bus to Muan Bus Terminal, the closest terminal from the airport.

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    This page was last updated in March 2024, and therefore information may differ from what is presented here.
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