Busan Airport Guide to Gimhae International Airport (PUS)

Busan Airport Terminals

Gimhae International Airport (PUS) is the main gateway to Busan in South Korea. It takes its name by the nearby city of Gimhae.

Opened in 1976, Busan Airport is a hub for Air Busan, Asiana Airlines and Korea Air, handling both domestic and international services.

Given Gimhae Airport is operating beyond its capacity, a major expansion is about to come, adding a new runway and an additional terminal to the airport facilities, estimated to be completed by 2026.

Busan Airport Terminals are two:

DOMESTIC TERMINAL 

Busan Airport Domestic Terminal is in charge of domestic flights, whose facilities are split into three levels.

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INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL 

Busan Airport International Terminal handles worldwide flights. It consists of three levels as well as domestic facilities.

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TRANSFER BETWEEN TERMINALS 

The Airport Shuttle Bus offers free transportation between Domestic and International Terminals:

Buses run between 05:50 am to 11:40 pm in 10-minute intervals.

Stops: P3 Parking Area, International flights and Domestic flights.

Frequencies:

- P3 Parking Area: Every 10 minutes.

- International flights: Every 3 minutes.

- Domestic flights: Every 5 minutes.

PRESENT AND FUTURE 

Busan Airport has reached its maximum capacity and it is set to build another runway and terminal.

Works will begin in 2021 and expected to be completed by 2026.