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Incheon International Airport

Incheon International Airport (Incheon Gukje Gonghang (인천 국제 공항; 仁川國際空港) in Korean; IATA Airport Code: ICN) is the largest airport in Korea, and one of the largest airports in Asia. Incheon is the hub for Korean Air and Asiana Airlines, both major international airlines. The airport opened for business in early 2001, replacing the international function of Gimpo Airport, which now mainly serves domestic traffic.

Incheon 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, 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.

Airlines flying to this airport incude:

And on the cargo side, companies are:

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