Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Fly Korean Air and visit the world's best airport while you're at it!

Outside Asia, little is known about Incheon International Airport (ICN), which is located just a few miles outside Seoul, South Korea. About a third bigger in size than LAX, ICN serves as the main hub for both Korean Air and its archrival Asiana Airlines.

Photo: Peter Pae / Los Angeles Times

This huge airport, which already surpassed Changi Airport in Singapore and Hong Kong International Airport as long-time favorites, has all the facilities one could need to pass the time during a long layover. Measuring a sprawling 496,000 square meters, ICN's ultra-modern and spacious structure holds play areas for children, shower rooms, computers with free Internet access, sleeping chairs, television and movie viewing rooms, ubiquitous Duty-Free Shops and even a full-service hotel.

Korean Air's main hub has over 70 retail stores, over 70 restaurants

Would rather spend a layover at ICN than any other airport en route to Manila? Book a Korean Air flight through Mango Tours and experience the endless entertainment, food and shopping opportunities that the number one airport in the world has to offer.

Call us at our 24/7 US toll-free number 1-866-2-MANILA or visit www.mangotours.com to book a flight today!

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