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Korea City Air Terminal

 How to use KCAT 
1. Check-in

2. Customs Declaration

3. Security Inspection

4. Immigration

5. Boarding
At the designated airline check-in counter, please present your passport and airline ticket to have your seat assigned, and consign your baggage. And after check-in, get a Boarding Pass and Baggage Receipt. Then at the Currency Exchange or Airport Ticket Booth, pay the Passenger Service Charge (Korean Nationals : 25,000won, For Non-Korean Nationals and Koreans with foreign passport : 15,000won) and walk to the International Departures Exits 1-4.

If a Korean National is exporting and returning to Korea with a high-value item during overseas trip, the item or items must be declared to customs on departure.

Passengers will be inspected for dangerous goods which will include a check for any restricted items.

At the departure immigration, present your passport, boarding pass and departure card. After immigration, check the boarding gate and if time permits, enjoy shopping in the Duty Free area.

Board the aircraft when instructed, at 40 minutes before departure.

 What's in KCAT 


Provide service that needs for departure in international building before.

Passenger Service Charge ticket office and ticket office for Limousine, bus stops, Shinhan bank, phone booth, slot[vending] machine and smoking room.

Check-in counter of Korean Air and Asiana Airlines, customhouse, inspection under the Immigration Law place, change booth(Chohung bank, Korea exchange bank), drugstore, snank store, Incheon Int'l airport departure FIDS, phone booth, soft drink slot machine and smoking room

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