Jeju International Airport is located at 2002, Yongdam 2-dong, Jeju City, Jeju Island. It is at important geopolitical location that connects China, Japan, and Southeast Asia as being located in the center of Northeast Asia. Jeju is the largest island in Korea, and consists the smallest administrative district with 9 manned islands and 54 unmanned islands. Jeju International Airport, which is a mecca of Korean honeymoon and the representative tourist spot of graduation for university students, is the largest gateway of Jeju island and still busy with tourists.
Domestic flights departing from Jeju go to 13 airports in the nation. The airport in Yangyang has been shut down for now. More than 300 flights depart and arrive at the Jeju International Airport on a daily basis
International flights departing from Jeju go to 16 airports abroad including the one in Narita, Tokyo. A total of 12 flights depart from Jeju for foreign countries.