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Travel Journal – Incheon International Airport

One of the things I'm excited to see in Korea is the world-famous Incheon International Airport, hailed as the Best Airport in the World for seven years in a row (2005-2012).

Aerial view of Incheon International Airport from www.passengerterminaltoday.com

Aerial view of Incheon International Airport from www.passengerterminaltoday.com

The IIA is the primary airport serving the South Korean capital, Seoul, and it’s one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. Airports Council International rated the IIA as the best airport in the world for seven years in a row (2005 to 2012) until it was beaten by Singapore’s Changi Airport this year.

Located 48 km west of Seoul, it takes less than an hour to travel from the airport to the city capital by train and a little more than 1 hour by bus or taxi.

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Just like in HK and Singapore, there are walkalators in IIA, too!

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After immigration, we rode the internal train that brought us to the baggage carousel.

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The interiors are pretty impressive.  I wasn’t able to see the exteriors, though, because we arrived at 5:00 in the morning and we rode the Incheon International Airport Railroad as soon as we claim our luggage from the carousel.

— To be continued —

1 Comment on Travel Journal – Incheon International Airport

  1. mama san kna ba na wawala ako gaun

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