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Seoul Incheon Intl

About The Airport

Seoul-Incheon International Airport is located on Yeongjong Island, to the west of the city. With live performances, movie theaters, artworks and museums, this airport is a feast for the eyes. The second of its two terminals opened in January 2018, just in time for the Winter Olympics. Indoor gardens and lighting inspired by sunlight coming through foliage make traveling here a pleasure. Unsurprisingly, Incheon Airport came 2nd in the 2018 Skytrax Best Airport of the World awards, and also clinched 3rd place in the customer-voted World's Best Airport Dining Experience. Condé Nast Traveler readers voted it the 5th best airport in the world in 2017.

TERMINAL INFORMATION

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Free Wi-Fi is available for 240 minutes.

Airport Information

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Getting to and from the airport

Incheon International Airport is 48.8km from Seoul city center.

Taxi - taxis leave from outside the Arrivals Gate. You can choose between a regular, deluxe or jumbo taxi. If you want a driver who can communicate in English, Japanese, or Chinese, request an international taxi at desk no. 23 and 46 at the Arrivals Gate.

Bus - deluxe and standard buses connect the airport with most parts of Seoul.

Train - the Incheon Airport Railroad express (AREX) station is in the Transport Center, next to the main terminal building. Trains go to Gimpo International Airport and Seoul. The new Terminal 2 is also served by Airport Railroad Express. Souvenir and stationery stores, restaurants, a 7-Eleven selling SIM cards and currency exchange counters can be found at the train station.

Hotel shuttle - most hotels in downtown Seoul offer airport shuttles for a reasonable fee with pick-ups outside the airport; many will also offer complimentary shuttle services around town.

Car rental - the car rental desks are in the 1F Public Area of the airport. You're advised to specify the language you want for your GPS when booking.

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Parking

The airport offers short and long-stay parking, with shuttle buses to the terminals from long-stay parking. Valet parking is also available. If you're using short-stay parking, you can register for the 'find my car' service, which will send you an SMS telling you where your car is.
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Transit and in-airport hotels

The airport's terminals are connected by a shuttle bus. Transferring from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 takes about 15 minutes, while transferring from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 takes about 18 minutes.

Terminal 1 houses the Walkerhill Incheon Airport Transit Hotel (also sometimes referred to as Air Garden Hotel) and a capsule hotel called Darakhyu (found in the Transportation Center). The Grand Hyatt and Best Western are a short drive from Terminal 1, past the long-term parking.

Terminal 2 also has a Walkerhill-operated Transit Hotel that includes a café and a business center. A Darakhyu capsule hotel can also be found before Security.

Healthy Travel Tip

Terminal 2 has plenty of natural daylight and is a great place for unwinding. Taking inspiration from the Bonghwang - a Korean mythological bird representing strength, balance and longevity - it features sculpture and exhibition areas, indoor gardens, and water features including streams, koi ponds and waterfalls.

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