Incheon International Airport (South Korea)
Located about 48 km to the west of Seoul City, Incheon International Airport (IATA: ICN and ICAO: RKSI) is the most important airport not only in South Korea but one of the most efficient airports in the world. It is also one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. The airport features a spa, golf course, private sleeping rooms, casino, ice skating rink, indoor gardens and a museum that showcases Korean culture. Its duty-free shopping mall has been rated as the best in world for several years now. The airport is the main hub for Korean Air, Jeju Air, Asiana Airlines and Polar Air Cargo. The airport is currently served by over 90 airlines that fly to different cities across the world. Of the airlines, both Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are the main carriers.
The airport features one main passenger terminal with 44 boarding ports. The only concourse here is used by all foreign airlines. The concourse connects to the main Terminal Building through a 2,850 ft. underground passageway. Some of the airlines served here include Star Alliance partners, Singapore Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Oneworld Alliance partners, Japan Airlines, SkyTeam partners and China Eastern Airlines.
The airport’s Cargo Terminal Complex has six smaller cargo terminals and up to five separate warehouses. In addition to the design of the complex that allows for efficient services and flow of cargo, the facilities at the complex allow for quick service to all cargo carriers. The terminal can process 1.7 million tones of cargo every year.