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Access to Jeju Island

Jeju International Airport, the 2nd largest airport in South Korea, is located in the north of Jeju Island. Jeju International Airport easily connects Korea with the major cities of China, Japan, and other Southeast Asian countries, via a total of 29 direct flight routes (13 domestic and 16 international).

There are three ways to fly to Jeju Island: by direct international flight, by transferring at either Incheon International Airport or Gimpo Airport to a domestic flight to Jeju. The CIE 2017 Secretariat recommends that visitors take a direct international flight to Jeju Island for their convenience.

Direct International Flights

International routes connect Jeju with 22 cities in 3 countries (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka in Japan and Ningbo, Dalian, Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen, Xian, Shenzhen, Shenyang, Wenzhou, Changchun, Zhengzhou, Changsha, Fuzhou, Harbin, Hong Kong in China as well as Taipei in Taiwan) With the exception of eleven countries, all international passport holders are able to enter Jeju visa-free for a maximum of thirty days.

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Via Incheon/Gimpo Airport

Upon arriving at Incheon International Airport, passengers can either transfer directly to a domestic flight to Jeju, or travel to Gimpo Airport, which offers a variety of domestic flights.

Through Incheon Airport

Domestic flights from Incheon to Jeju operate once or twice a day with a flight time of approximately one hour.

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Through Gimpo Airport

Passengers may transfer to Gimpo International Airport by ground transportation such as bus or subway. Domestic airline flights to Jeju from Gimpo Airport operate at 15 to 20 minute intervals daily between 06:20 to 21:05. Traveling from Incheon to Gimpo Airport takes approximately 30 minutes.

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