The Incheon Airport Maglev is a maglev system in South Korea that commenced operations in July 2014. It links Incheon International Airport to the Yongyu Station and Leisure Complex while crossing Yeongjong island. The maglev trains was co-developed by the Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) and Hyundai Rotem. It is planned to be 6.1 kilometres (3.8 mi) long, with six stations and a 110 km/h (68 mph) operating speed. It will be the world's third operational Maglev system serving the public after Japan's Linimo and the Shanghai Maglev Train. A majority of construction was completed by November 2012.
Two more stages are planned of 9.7 km and 37.4 km. Once completed it will become a circular line.
Hyundai-Rotem is using the same technology for the Leningrad MagLev System, the first urban commuter Maglev system in Europe.