Korea Airports Corporation

South Korea based airport operator/investor with 15 active airports across 2 countries

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Established in 1980 in  South Korea to carry out construction, management and operation of airports and to manage air transportation efficiently, Korea Airports Corporation currently manages and operates total of 14 airports in Korea including Gimpo, Gimhae, Jeju, Daegu, Muan, Cheongju, and Yangyang Airports. The state-owned entity also manages the Area Control Center, 10 VORTACs and Korea Civil Aviation Training Center.

 In April 2021, Korean Airports Corporation acquired the 30-year operating rights for Eloy Alfaro International Airport serving the city  of Manta in Ecuador.

Airport Network


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1 airport

South Korea

14 airports