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I have lost my suitcase inside the terminal area on my way to Canada, on 25/7/2016 at 1830 inside the duty free, I left it at WHOO counter, my baggage is Silver Rimova brand, 4 wheels. On my way back I lodged a complaint as no one could help me on the day that I lost my suitcase.
Now the suitcase is been found and kept at the customer department and the only way I can get back is to go to Korea personally or to ask any friend who is going to Korea to collect the bag?? Is this the best way to get back the lost and found?? I don't have any friends visitig Korea in the near future and I couldn't claim the insurance as the suitcase is found already. I am left with no option?? Please advise how do I reclaim my missing item from the airport, other than me visiting Korea again for this reason?!!!!
Hi, I'm arriving at Incheon by SQ from Singapore at 4.45 pm and will be flying to Jeju by Asiana Airlines at 7.05 pm. Will we have enough time to collect our luggage and check in? Where do we go once we collect our luggage and clear customs?
Yes, that should be enough time. Once you collect your luggage and clear customs you will go to the Asiana check-in desk to re-check your bags.
i'm travelling from Israel to philippines.with 14hours layover to incheon airport. chose this personally to meet my sister who is working there. you think i can pass through security up to the welcoming hall to sit with my sister for few hours? i don't a have a visa and i know that i'm not allowed to go out but i'm confuse to the limit of " can't go out " esp. i'm a transit passenger. hope you could help me...
1. At ICN, 'All arriving passengers are required to have valid travelling documents including passport and visa (if applicable) and completed forms for quarantine, immigration and customs.' according to ICN site. I presume that Israel is one of the non-visa waiver contries, and therefore you need a visa. For terminal and transfer details, open www.ifly.com/icn, then click on 'Terminal Map' under QUICK LINKS, and scroll down to the text.