About Jeju Island,
The Jeju International Airport has a total of 29 direct routes (13 domestic and16 international).
Domestic routes link Jeju and elsewhere in the nation- Incheon, Gimpo, Gimhae, Chongju, Wonju, Daegu, Gunsan, Gwangju, Ulsan, Pohang, Sacheon, Yeosu and Muan. International routes connect Jeju and cities of three countries-Japan, China and Taiwan. The cities are Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka in Japan and Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian, Changchun, Shenyang, Harbin, Xian, Lanzhou, Yanji and Hangzhou in China as well as Taiwanese cities of Taipei and Kaohsiung.
94 percent of tourists to Jeju use airplanes. They take off and land 143,000 times in a year including Boeing 747's using the 3km runway and the Jeju Airport can handle 15.2 million passengers a year. Based on mid & long term airport expansion plans, 375.5 Mil. USD will be invested to expand the airport till 2020. During the first phase of the project up to 2010, they expanded the capacity of the taking off and landing to 177,000 times and enlarge major facilities so that they could handle 18.64 million passengers, a year.
Taxi stand at the front of passenger terminal is divided into two of long-distance and short-distance.
As there is counter of car Rental Company in front of arrival waiting room in domestic terminal of Jeju Airport, you can rent, take over and return directly at the airport.
Jeju Port has 6 direct sailing routes employing 12 ships weighing 600~5,600 tons. The ships are operated 6 times a week between Jeju and major ports in regions such as Busan and Incheon with a capacity of carrying 2,401,000 passengers a year. 6% of the total travelers are coming in and out of Jeju by sea.