Seoul, South Korea

from Seoul by airplane to:

Beijing
in 2 hours
Tianjin Osaka
in 1 h 40 min


Kuala Lumpur
in 6 h 35 min
Singapore
in 6 h 10 min
Tokyo
in 2 h 20 min
Taipei
in 2 h 35 min

Moscow
in 8 h 55 min
Jakarta
in 7 hours
Bangkok
in 5 h 30 min
Hong Kong
in 3 h 45 min
Manila
in 3 h 50 min
Frankfurt
in 11 h 20 min
Dubai
in 9 h 45 min
Sydney
in 10 hours
Vancouver
in 10 h 10 min
San Francisco
in 10 h 45 min
London
in 11 h 55 min
Paris
in 11 h 55 min
Auckland
in 11 h 15 min
Los Angeles
in 12 h 50 min
New York
in 13 h 40 min

 

Seoul Incheon International Airport (IIA)

Airport website: airport.or.kr

Airlines: Korean Air - Asiana

Located 52 km west of Seoul and just 15km from Incheon Port, the Winged City(or IIA) is a new state-of-the-art airport built on 5,610 hectares of reclaimed land located between two islands, Yeongjong-do and Yongyu-do.

IIA opened on March 29, 2001 after the construction work of long standing since 1992. The passenger terminal is a 4-story building with 2-story basement, 1,055 meters long and 149 meters wide

 

Seoul Gimpo airport (SEL)

Airport website: kimpo-airport.co.kr

In 1998 a total of 29 429 044 passengers used this airport.

Kimpo Airport, is located about 20 km (about 12 mi) west of the city.

Kimpo was South Korea's international airport, until a new, much larger airport was build on a set of islands off the west coast of South Korea.

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