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Incheon (ICN) Airport

Incheon ICN Airport Overview

Incheon International Airport ICN - simply referred to as 'IIA' - serves The South Korean cities of Incheon & of Seoul and their surrounding areas.  While IIA has only been 12 years in operation, during which time it grew rapidly into a major hub for the Northeast Asia region and beyond.  Itoperates under its motto 'More than an Airport, Beyond Expectation', and that says it all.  Skytrax has given Incheon International a full 5-star ranking, and it has been named 'Best Airport Worldwide' by both Skytrax & Global Traveler.  ACI was vote as 'Best in Airport Service" for 8 years in a row.  Incheon's baggage handling system leads the world in terms of precision.

ICN Airport is located west of Incheon city - between the north-west islands of Yeongjiong & Yongyoo situated in the Yellow Sea,  and is 70 km from its capital city Seoul.  It is accessible via Incheon Expressway 130, which includes the Yeongjong Bridge, as well as by Highway 15. Incheon Airport is conveniently connected by AREX rail service to Incheon, Seoul & to Gimpo Airport (both Airports have express & commuter stations), and the Seoul Subway, lines 2, 4, 5, 6 & 9. The AREX express train to Seoul takes only 43 minutes (with one stop at Incheon).

With three very long runways and annually serving over 40 million passengers, Incheon International Airport is hub to Korean Air & Asiana Airlines, and is served by a host of international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all parts of the world. A major part of IIA's air traffic is derived from the international sector.  Among the many airlines serving the Airport are American, Delta & United.

On-Airport Hotels Hyatt & Best Western are located within the 'International Business Center' complex - connecting to the Airport via pedetrian overpass.

The 'Main Terminal' is at present Incheon International Airport's only passenger terminal, and has a separate Concourse A.

The T-money Mpass card
can be used for transportation anywhere in Korea, even at affiliated shops. You can obtain or top up your T-money Mpass for 1, 2, 3, 5 or 7 days, at the main tourist information office located on the Arrivals level East & West (tel. 0032-743-3270 East; 3272 West); open 7am-10pm.
Train Station Check-in:  Seoul's AREX train station is equipped with a city air terminal & baggage processing facility, enabling passengers to check in there. 
Language /Translation:  So-callled 'BBB volunteers' with a combined knowledge of 18 languages are connected via cell phones, and help travelers communicate in their own language. Just dial 1588-5644 from any part of Korea and select your language at the prompt.
Hearing-impaired travelers can now get airport information from the help desk by sending a Mobile SMS message to 1577-2600 and get real-time response in four languages.

International Business Center: IIAC Airport connects by pedestrian overpass with this Center, which is a city by itself, facing the parking lots, with hotels (Hyatt & Best Western), multi-level office & retail buildings (WorldGate, SkyWorld, LG Eclat, O'Ville, & Airport Royal Plaza), a golf practice range (Incheon Golf Club), the Global Medical Center , and an ING car wash.  Also, with the AREX train now in full operation, the Transportation Center has been transformed into a shopping and culture complex, with a shopping mall, performance hall, indoor skating rink, movie theaters & multi-media centers.

Future Airport Developments: The third phase of Airport construction started in 2011, focusing on infrastructure, expansion of the cargo terminal, and adding a second passenger terminal in the northern field of the Airport (ground breaking to new T2 took place September 2013 - the new terminal will have 72 gates & 7.4 million sq.feet - doubling the Airort size) and linking it to the existing terminal by the underground ‘Starline’ train, all to be completed  in time for the opening of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Thereafter phase 4 will continue until a least 2020.
2. Korea Train Express completed the link between Incheon Airport Railroad & Gyeongui Line, and will add a Honan Line by 2014 .

  • Address:
    272 Gonghangno
    Jung-gu, Incheon, 400-700
    Korea, Republic of
  • Website for Incheon: http://www.airport.kr/eng/
  • Phone: +82 2 1577 2600

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