Incheon International Airport

One of the largest and busiest airport in the world. Incheon International Airport, is the largest and the primary airport that serves the Seoul Capital Area, in South Korea. The airport began operating early in 2001, to replace the older Gimpo International Airport; which now mainly serves domestic destinations, and several East Asian metropolitan areas such as: Taipei, Osaka, Tokyo, Shanghai and Beijing.

In this review, we’re going to talk about how amusing Incheon International Airport is.

Incheon International Airport

Reviews – What People Are Saying

Being considered and rated by SkyTrax as the world’s cleanest airport and the world’s best international transit airport. There’s no wonder why Incheon International Airport has gained so much positive reviews coming from its customers. The big airport has so many facilities that are ready to serve and help every passengers, from check-in kiosks, to indoor golf course, casino, shopping stalls and a wide variety of cafes and restaurants. Here are some of the reviews.

Incheon International Airport
The building design is nice, a large space with garden area decoration. Many choices of drinks and foods. Easy to follow signs and boards. However, when I arrived, the immigration process took too long. Incheon should have more immigration counters to meet the large number of passengers, I had to wait around one hour. The immigration for departures was much quicker. There was a scale near the check-in counters for us to check whether our luggage was overweight or not which I appreciated.”
—Emma Doan (Vietnam)

Incheon International Airport

Incheon was an enjoyable airport for my connection. The logistics of making my connection were easy: no hassle with checked baggage, and a reasonable security checkpoint that was well-staffed. The airport had clear signs for directing passengers to where they needed to go. The terminal is clean, aesthetically pleasing, and has fantastic high, glass ceilings. There is a fair variety of food options, and an abundance of high-end shops (although not all that much for more budget-conscious folks). Seating in the terminal is comfortable. I noticed a section of reclined seats for napping, and these looked very comfortable. Incheon has an inspiring, modern feel, and is an enjoyable place to pass time. I recommend this airport for transfers.”
—Samuel Higgs (Canada)

Incheon International Airport

“Incheon is a clean airport. Very clean rest rooms. Good food choices and good pricing – a little cheaper than an average US airport. Duty free is too expensive and a rip off – there are cheaper street prices in the US. Distance between gates is not horrendous and good clear signs. Comfortable seating areas near eateries.”
—Gerry John (United States)


The terminal in Incheon International Airport has 76 boarding gates altogether, with 44 in the main terminal and 30 in concourse A. The airport has different facilities like: golf course, spa, private sleeping rooms, an ice skating rink, a casino, indoor gardens and a Museum of Korean Culture. Airport authorities claim that average departure and arrival takes 19 minutes and 12 minutes respectively, short and fast compared to worldwide average of 60 and 45 minutes respectively, making it among the fastest airports in the world for customs processing.

Terminal Map

Incheon International Airport

Contact info:

  • Airport Code: IATA: ICN – ICAO: RKSI
  • Phone number: +82 32 741 01 04
  • Website URL:
  • Email: or
  • Flight Information: +82 15 772 60 0
  • Fax: +82 15 772 60 0
  • Address: 272 Gonghang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea Postal Code: 400-700

Incheon International Airport


A very efficient and convenient airport that provides the cleanest facilities, souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants and other facilities intended for their customer’s amusement. Incheon International Airport has proven its stability in giving their customers the best travel experience, while they are inside the airport.

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