0:13 - 1st Floor (Arrival)
4:03 - 3rd Floor (Departure)
12:20 - 4th Floor (Restaurants & Shops)
17:37 - Gates (1-50)
22:57 - Shuttle train (connects two gates)
26:17 - Gates (101-132)
▩ Location ▩
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≫ My review
I went to Seoul Incheon International Airport, the largest airport in South Korea. I have visited a lot of airports in Asia, but it seems to be rare that the infrastructure is as good as Incheon Airport. Indeed, as you can see from the figures, it has been No.1 in the Airports Council International(ACI)'s Airport Service Quality Rank(ASQ) for 12 consecutive years. Recently, it has maintained the second and third places steadily, and when the second terminal opens in January 2018, the value of the airport is likely to rise further.
Seoul Incheon Airport site is made up of four islands for use as an airport terminal. That is why it has become an international airport that can operate around the clock without any restrictions related to the surrounding area. It's close to Incheon, Seoul, and the metropolitan area, and has excellent accessibility to hundreds of airport limousine buses, subways and KTX.
* Internal facilities
In the airport there are wireless LAN, lounge, steam room, movie theater. The area where the airport is located is called Yeongjongdo, and the residents of the area come to the airport to enjoy the cultural life. According to a site called 'The Guide to Sleeping in Airports (http://www.sleepinginairports.net)', Seoul Incheon Airport was ranked second in the airport as a good night's sleeping place. As the number of passengers using Incheon International Airport as transit airport increases, a capsule hotel, 'Darak Hyu' is opened on January 20th, 2017.
(*The following information refers to visitKorea website.)
☞ About Incheon International Airport (인천국제공항)
Incheon International Airport is one of the main transport hubs of Northeast Asia. Opened in March 2001, it was built on reclaimed land between Yeongjongdo and Yongyudo Islands. It houses the Korean Culture Museum, Traditional Culture Experience Zone, Traditional Craft Gallery, and Arrival Hall Culture Street, providing domestic and international tourists with opportunities to appreciate the richness of Korean arts and culture.
Airstar Terrace is an elegant lounge, overlooking aircraft from around the world. The Incheon International Airport has continued to win awards ever since its opening and has been praised for its excellence, down to the last detail, some even commenting on the beauty of the lights at night reflecting on the aircraft moored in the area.
The airport is consistently ranked in the top ten airports worldwide and was granted the title ‘Best Airport in the World’ by Global Traveler for four consecutive years. It is the second busiest airport in the world in terms of cargo and freight and one of the busiest airports in terms of international passengers.
③ Credit Cards
④ Convenience Facilities
Bank / Money exchange
Battery charging and roaming service of cellular phone
Copy / Fax service
Hospital / Pharmacy
Parcel service / Postal service
Laundry / Car wash
Duty Free Shop
Restaurant / Cafe
Cultural experience hall
(*Refer to http://english.visitkorea.or.kr)
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