|Operator||Korea Airports Coorporation, Republic of Korea Airforce|
|Location||Gwangsan District, Gwangju, South Korea|
|Elevation AMSL||39 ft / 12 m|
Gwangju Airport (Hangul: 광주공항, Hanja: 光州空港, Revised Romanization of Korean: Gwangju Gonghang, McCune-Reischauer: Kwangju Konghang) (IATA: KWJ, ICAO: RKJJ) is an airport in the city of Gwangju, South Korea and is managed by the Korea Airports Corporation. In 2011, 1,375,839 passengers used the airport. This airport is planned to close when Muan International Airport becomes more established.
Airlines and destinations
|Asiana Airlines||Jeju, Seoul-Gimpo|
|Korean Air||Jeju, Seoul-Gimpo|
|Korea Express Air||Yangyang|
The airport was established in November 1948. It saw its first commercial flight in 1950. At the time, however, it was not located in Gwangju but in neighboring Jangseong, on a military training facility. The airport moved to its present location in Sinchon-dong, Gwangsan-gu, in 1964. It was taken over by the Korea Airports Corporation in 1990. The current airport terminal was built in 1994, at which time the old terminal was repurposed as a Cargo terminal.
Situated 11 km west of downtown Gwangju, Gwangju International Airport has two terminals for passenger and cargo, a runway, taxi stops, and parking lot accommodating about 820 vehicles.
Line: Pyeongdong - Songjeongri(KTX Station) - Airport - Sangmu - Nongseong - Geumnamro4ga - Nokdong
- No. Songjeong 97 : Airport ↔ Songjeong Station ↔ Daesan ↔ Chilseong ↔ Gwangam
- No. Seonun 101 : Airport ↔ Songjeong Park Station ↔ Gwangsan Police Station ↔ Honam University Gwangsan Campus
Customers should pick up a parking ticket from a printing machine on the way into the lot. If customers do not pick up the ticket, they have to pay the full fare.
- Airport information for RKJJ at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.
- Air Traffic by Airport
- Gwangju Airport parking
- "Gwangju Airport". Tour2Korea. Retrieved June 25, 2005.
- "Gwangju Airport". Korea Airports Corporation website. Archived from the original on May 17, 2005. Retrieved June 25, 2005.
- Official Site (in English)