Seoul Incheon International Airport

Incheon AirportOpens in a new tab or window (ICN) is the largest airport in South Korea. It’s located approximately 48kms (30mi) from Seoul, the capital, and is the main international airport.

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Qantas flights QF1-QF399 operates from Terminal 1.



Check-in is located on the Departures level, which is on level 3. To find details on the current Qantas check-in location, refer to the information monitors in the terminal building.     

Online check-in is available for Qantas international flights (QF1-199), and other eligible connecting flights operated by oneworld, partner and codeshare airlines. Online check-in is open from 24 hours to two hours before departure for international flights.

For Qantas codeshare flights, customers may need to check in with the operating carrier rather than with Qantas. Ask airport staff for more detail.

Flight status

View our flight status page for departure information.



Baggage carousels are located in the arrivals hall on level 1 of the terminal. 

Information monitors display flight carousel numbers.

Baggage services has a counter located in the baggage collection area.

Flight status

View our flight status page arrival information.


Transfer between terminals

A free monorail operates between terminals. See the Incheon Airport transfer guideOpens in a new tab or window for more information. 

The Incheon Airport shuttle busOpens in a new tab or window is a free bus service between terminals, which operates at frequent intervals and takes approximately 25 minutes. The bus departs from level 3.

Qantas International Arrivals to Domestic connections

Connecting flights departing from Gimpo Airport (GMP)

Customers with onward domestic flights departing from Gimpo Airport (GMP) should collect their bags and clear immigration. It's possible to travel to Gimpo Airport by bus, train or taxi, which takes approximately 45 minutes. On arrival, check in with the operating airline for your flight.

Connecting flights to Busan and Daegu

Customers with onward travel to Busan (PUS) or Daegu (TAE) from Incheon Airport should follow the signs to the Transfer (Busan, Daegu) area. At the security checkpoint, present your boarding pass or e-tickets, then proceed to the departure gate. You'll collect your bags and clear immigration in Busan or Daegu.

When transferring at Incheon Airport, any items over 100ml purchased at international airports must be secured, with the receipt, in the Security Tamper Evident Bag provided by duty-free shops to pass through security. It's not possible to purchase items at the duty free shops on arrival at Incheon Airport.

Qantas International Arrivals to International connections

On arrival, customers should follow the signs to the transfer area. At the security checkpoint, present your boarding pass or e-tickets, then proceed to the departure gate. 

Domestic and International connections to Qantas International Departures

Customers may proceed to the Qantas check in area or to the Qantas departure gate. Check in locations and departure gate information is displayed on screens throughout the terminal. 


The oneworld branded lounge is located in Terminal 1 of Incheon International Airport, featuring stylish seating in a contemporary setting.

Find out more about features, location and operating hours for the Seoul airport lounge

Entry to the lounge is subject to the oneworld Lounge Conditions of Use


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Transport Details
Car The airport is approximately a 60 minute drive from the city.
Taxis The taxi rank is located in front of the terminal. Fares start from approximately KRW55,000. 
Buses Buses operate between the terminals and the city, and depart from level 1.
Tickets can be bought at the ticket booths located in the arrivals hall.
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Trains The Airport Railroad ExpressOpens in a new tab or window (AREX) trains depart regularly from early morning to late evening, operating a non-stop service between the airport and Seoul Station, serving both terminals. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes from Terminal 1, and 50 minutes from Terminal 2.
The Seoul Metropolitan Subway also runs between the airport and the city, and takes approximately 60 minutes from Terminal 1 and 65 minutes from Terminal 2.
Lists the transport options for getting to and from Seoul airport.

Important information

Times and prices are a guide only.