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The airport is located 52km (32 miles) from Seoul.

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Transfer Between Terminals
The two terminals are located in a terminal complex and connected by the Airport Transportation Centre. People movers make movement between the two terminals fast and efficient.

Driving Directions
The airport is connected to Seoul by an expressway incorporating a suspension bridge, which is the only road to the airport. An expressway toll is payable from/to both Incheon and Seoul.

Car Rental
Car hire is available from Avis, Hertz and Kumho Rent A Car with desks located in Arrivals.

Public Transport
Water: A ferry service runs from Incheon to Yeongjong-do. Rail: A high-speed railway connection between Gimpo International Airport and Incheon International Airport should be complete by 2005. The station will be located in the Transportation Centre. Road: Taxi: Regular, deluxe and jumbo taxis (for up to nine people) can be hired at the airport (journey time to central Seoul: 50 minutes). Bus: Passengers can choose between limousine buses or regular inter-city buses. The inter-city buses stop at the major districts and hotels around Seoul. For a full listing of bus routes, visit the airport's website.

Car Parking
Long- and short-term parking facilities are available at the airport. An airport shuttle bus runs from the long-term car park to the passenger terminal.

Information counters are situated on the first and third floor, in the boarding gate area and in the Transportation Center. For more detailed information, including magazines and brochures, travelers can contact the External Affairs Office (tel: (0)32 741 2112).

Money and communications: There are bureaux de change, banks and a post office at the airport. Mobile phone hire and Internet access are available. Eating and drinking: There is a vast selection of restaurants, snack bars, cafés, bars, ice cream parlours and fast-food outlets at the airport. Shopping: Four companies operate 42 duty-free shops at the airport. There is a supermarket in the basement area. Luggage: There are luggage storage facilities and a lost property office; the airport's website lists all items found at the airport. Other facilities: There is a medical centre, chemists, laundry, children's playrooms, massage and a prayer room.

Airport Facts

Incheon International Airport (IATA: ICN, ICAO: RKSI) is the largest airport in South Korea, and one of the largest in Asia.

Incheon is the hub for Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. The airport opened for business in early 2001, replacing the international function of the old Gimpo Airport (formerly Kimpo International Airport). Gimpo Airport now serves only domestic destinations, except flights to Haneda Airport in Tokyo. Incheon is a hub for international civilian air transportation and cargo traffic. Security facilities are state-of-the-art and medical inspection equipment is also very advanced, in response to terrorist threats and various epidemics in southern Asia. As a result, Incheon International Airport is considered Asia's most technologically facilitated airport. It is also currently Asia's sixth busiest airport, behind Tokyo International Airport (a.k.a. Haneda Airport, Tokyo), Bangkok International Airport (Bangkok), Narita International Airport (Tokyo), Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong), and Singapore Changi Airport (Singapore).

Incheon International Airport is located west of Seoul, on Yeongjong Island in the Yellow Sea. (Yeongjong Island is part of the City of Incheon.) It is connected to the mainland by Freeway 130, a part of which is Yeongjong Bridge, and is served by frequent bus service from all parts of South Korea as well as by ferry service from Incheon and other nearby ports. Airport limousines operate around the clock from Seoul to Incheon, and several backup highway buses escort people from places within and outside Seoul. In addition, a highway between Incheon and Gimpo Airport was recently completed, connecting domestic flight service with international air traffic, an advantage that makes it far easier to travel from southern Korean regions to Incheon, and then to airports all over the globe. A rail link to Gimpo Airport (and Seoul Subway Line 5) is due to be completed in March 2007, and with the line extending to Seoul Station by January 2010.

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