Nestled in Songjeong-dong, Buk-gu, Ulsan Metropolitan City, Ulsan Airport
first opened in November 1970, with Korean Air’s newly-established route to
Ulsan Airfield. It ceased operating in 1973, and was shut down in 1974. The
airport later reopened in March 1992, when Asiana Airlines opened a regular
route between Seoul and Ulsan. In February 1993, Korean Air started serving
a route between Ulsan and Jeju, and Asiana Airlines also opened the same route
in May that year. In December 1997, the airport expanded its passengers terminal.
Now, the airport can handle 60,000 flights and 2.4 million passengers a year,
and has a parking lot that can accommodate up to 534 cars.



1103, Saneop-ro, Buk-gu, Ulsan[Google Map]



(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)



Additional Info


tel: +82-52-219-6313

zipcode: 44238

chkcreditcardtraffic: none

infocentertraffic: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-1661-2626

parkingtraffic: Available

restroomtraffic: Available

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