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Transportation



  • Arrival at Incheon International Airport

Ranked the best airport in the world for 12 consecutive years, Incheon International Airport is fully-accessible for everyone. Upon request, service agents will provide assistance with entry documents, immigration procedures, and baggage claim, as well as escort to transportation. The airport is equipped with electric vehicles pickup service for persons with mobility difficulties. You can move to general area of the airport, check-in counter, duty-free area, and boarding gate with this service.


Using one of the help phones located throughout the passenger terminal at entry gates 3, 7, 8 & 12, will connect you directly with the Airport Help Desk if you are in need of any assistance. Wheelchairs can be rented for free at the information desks on the departure level at entry gates 3 & 12, or the arrival level at entry gates 5 & 10.


 ◾︎ Incheon International Airport Help Desk

   - Tel: +82-2-1577-2600

   - Location: Terminal 1, 2 (Details)

   * For in-flight services, please contact your airline.



  • Getting to Seoul

  • 1.Airport Railroad Express

The Airport Railroad Express (AREX) is a railway line that connects Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport to Seoul Station in downtown Seoul. The express train will take passengers to and from Incheon International Airport and downtown Seoul in just over 40 minutes nonstop. Express trains is operated at 20 and 40 minutes of every hour. Regular trains stop at various stations and take 60 minutes, but depart every 5-10 minutes. All stations and trains are fully accessible, while every train has designated areas for wheelchairs. (Details)

  • 2.Airport Buses

Airport buses conveniently drop off passengers at major hotels and locations throughout the city. However, most airport buses are not fully accessible vehicles. (Details)


 ◾︎ Airport Bus Companies

   - City Airport Logis & Travel

   Airport Limousine

   - Seoul Airbus

   - KAL Limousine


  • 3.Taxis

Taxis are the most expensive option but some travelers might find them more convenient to use. There are four types of taxis: Standard, international, deluxe, jumbo.  The type of taxi can usually be distinguished by its color. International taxis are 20 percent more expensive than standard taxis and drivers speak English, Japanese, or Chinese. Deluxe taxis are approximately 40 to 50 percent more expensive than standard taxis, but use larger, more luxurious sedans. Jumbo taxi vans can accommodate up to eight passengers at once and are the same price as deluxe taxies. Taxi stands for each type of taxi are located outside the arrival terminal. (Details) 

  • 4.Seoul Danurim Airport Pickup Service