Jeju International Airport, South Korea - CJU

Jeju International Airport is in the city of Jeju and is the third largest airport in Korea behind Incheon and Seoul airports. The majority of services which depart and enter Jeju airport are domestic flights, although there are also a number of international flights to and from other countries in the Far East.

Transport to and from the airport is regular and ample and there are good links with the city. There are a number of bus services which run to the city of Jeju as well as to other Jeju flights and airportcities around this area of Korea. You generally won’t have to wait any longer than 10-15 mins for a local bus and more than an hour for a bus to another city.

There are a number of Asian airlines which fly to Jeju International Airport, including Korean Air, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and Asiana Airlines. The fact that all of the airlines are reasonably local means that there is a relatively low turnaround time on most flights which helps to keep the cost down.

Jeju Airport is a modern hub which has all of the modern features that you would expect from an airport today. There are a number of retail opportunities for passenger once they have checked in and there are also a selection of food and drink outlets around the airport. With the airport being in close proximity to city there are a range of hotels to choose from in the area which cover the whole spectrum of costs.

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