Jeju International Airport is South Korea’s second largest airport located in the city of Jeju. Jeju Airport is home to the World’s busiest airline route: Seoul-Gimpo. Jeju International Airport is South Korea’s main international airport and has been the second-busiest airport in South Korea for international passengers since 2010. Jeju airport has recently overtaken Gimpo Airport in Seoul to become the second largest airport in South Korea.
Jeju Airport is also home to the World’s busiest airline route: Seoul-Gimpo. The airport is located approximately 15 km from the city center of Jeju City, and is accessible by road and rail. The airport is well served by public transport system, airport transfer limousines & private-hire vehicles, and several car rental agencies
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