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Airports in Busan

Gimhae International Airport (PUS)


Located on the western end of Busan, Gimhae International Airport is a busy airport in South Korea that serves some 16 million passengers each year. Opened in 1976, the airport will be expand majorly in 2021 with a new runway and upgraded terminal facilities.

Efficient with few complaints about long queues, the airport is well-run but has few souvenir shops or restaurants. Flights to Gimhae International Airport come from destinations all around Asia, with a few routes heading to Europe. There is an aircraft curfew between 23h00 and 6h00.


The airport is on the western side of Busan, about ten miles (16km) away.

Getting to the city

There are three bus routes going from the airport to various points within the city. Many intercity buses are also available. The airport also connects to Busan's subway system and light rail, and connections can be made to most parts of the city.


Local time is GMT +9

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Busan International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.

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