Incheon International Airport

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Incheon International Airport’s dramatic ascent to the ranks of the world’s top airports in the seven years since they opened in March 2001 is a testament to creative management, pragmatic operations, and the effort and passion of the 35,000 members of their "airport family."


Incheon International Airport is the world’s 2nd and 10th busiest airport in terms of international passengers and cargo handling, respectively. They have also been rated No.1 in airport service quality for an unprecedented three consecutive years, and their operations and logistics systems are second to none. Indeed, their development-both quantitative and qualitative-into one of the world's premier airports has made Incheon International Airport a symbol of national pride for all Koreans.

The fundamental changes of the 21st century brought on by globalization, openness and the "Information Age" are occurring at a historically unparalleled pace. At the same time, boundless competition is spreading into all industries, and airports are no exception to this trend.

To ensure their continued growth amidst this rapidly changing operating environment, they will strive to enhance Incheon International Airport’s competitive advantages vis-a-vis other world-leading airports. Incheon International Airport is currently implementing mid- & long-term management strategies that will provide them the necessary framework and systems to compete today and meet the challenges of tomorrow.

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Location

Incheon International Airport
2850 Unseo-dong, Jung-gu
Incheon 400-700
South Korea

Contact Info
Telephone: 
82 1 577 2600

Incheon International Airport Weather info
Clear sky

Location of this weather station:
1.5 km West-Southwest

Reported on:
Mon, 2018-12-10 23:30


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