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Seogyeong North Capital Int'l Airport
FAF Station Seogyeong

노스 캐피탈 국제 공항
North Capital Airport
IATA: FNJICAO: ZKPY
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner State Transport Office
Serves Seogyeong
Location Sunan, Seogyeong, East Asian Federation
Hub for Air Koryo, Korean Air, Japan Airlines, Air China
Federation Air Forces
Secondary Hub for {{{secondary hub}}}
Focus city for {{{focus city}}}
Elevation AMSL 117 ft / 36 m
Coordinates Erioll world 39° 13′ 26″ N, 125° 40′ 12″ E
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
11L/29R 4,000 13,123 Concrete
20L/02R 4,054 13,300 Concrete
09L/27R 3,085 12,475 Concrete
M11L/29R 4,572 15,000 Concrete
M20L/02R 4,572 15,000 Concrete
Statistics (2010)
Passengers 59,191,520
Aircraft Movements 320,519 (civilian)
9,271 (military)


Seogyeong North Capital International Airport and FAF Station Seogyeong (IATA: FNJ, ICAO: ZKPY) are the civilian and military names for Seogyeong, East Asian Federation's main airport, located 48 km from the city's center. North Capital has five runways, three for civilian use, and two for military use. Runways 11L/29R and 20L/02R are chiefly used for international flights, and runway 09L/27R is used for domestic and general aviation flights. Runways M11L/29R and M20L/02R, the military runways, run parallel to the international runways, and are the two longest at the airport. The airport runs scheduled flights 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

North Capital is the main hub of Air Koryo. Most flights from the airport are domestic and continental; however, flag carriers from most countries operate at least one service from Seogyeong. North Capital International is the third busiest in the East Asian Federation, behind Beijing International Airport and Tokyo International Airport.

Terminals[]

Main Terminal[]

The main terminal houses ticketing, baggage claims, the old control tower, support facilities, and is connected to Wings A, B, C, D, and E. The old control tower, replaced by the primary control tower upon the opening of the Midfield Concourse, now houses a State Transport Office regional transportation control center. From the main terminal, passengers can take Aerotrain to the Ground Transportation Center or Midfield Concourse, or alternatively the skybridge from Wing C to the Ground Transportation Center or underground passageway to the Midfield Concourse.

The gates at the main terminal are divided into five concourses, called "Wings", A, B, C, D, and E. When the main terminal was built in 1960, it included customs functions. The Midfield Concourse was designed to include a consolidated customs facility, so upon its opening in 1982, the main terminal customs post was shuttered and made into a shopping arcade. As a result, the main terminal serves solely domestic flights and flights to aiports in countries with East Asian border preclearance agreements and facilities to handle preclearance. The only three countries with such agreements are the Republic of China, the Grand Yarphese Republic, and the Sovereign Communicative Order of Sino-Korea.

Midfield Concourse[]

The Midfield Concourse, built as a part of a major expansion effort in 1982, is divided into four Wings, F, G, H, and I. It contains the Border Regions Integrity and Customs Service customs inspection facility, and as a result, handles all international flights. It is accessible via four Aerotrain stops, connecting it to the main terminal and Ground Transportation Center. The Midfield Concourse is separated from the main terminal by Runway 09/27, and as such, is only accessible by Aerotrain and a series of underground passageways between the two. Passengers connecting from an international flight to a domestic flight must first pass through customs and then travel to the main terminal for their second flight.

Ground Transportation Center[]

The Ground Transportation Center is located across the airport access loop from the main terminal building. It was built to replace the original airport rail station as part of the 1982 expansion. It plays host to Airport Express trains to downtown Seogyeong, Gyeongui Line trains to Sinuiju and Seoul, and Sunan Line trains to Sin and Sunchon. It also serves as the intercity and local bus terminal, serving buses in Seogyeong Prefecture, neighboring suburbs, and throughout Northern Korea. Passengers using Taxis for transport are also picked up and dropped off at the Ground Transportation Center. A dedicated ramp from the airport access loop connected to the Center allow buses and taxis to access stands inside of the building.

Airlines and Destinations[]

Airlines Destinations
Aeroflot Helsinki • Khabarovsk • Moscow/Sheremetyevo
Aeromexico Mexico City
Air Algerie Algiers
Air China Athens • Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi • Beijing • Changchun • Changsha • Chengdu • Dalian • Delhi • Dubai • Dusseldorf • Everett City • Frankfurt • Fukuoka • Fuzhou • Guangyuan • Guangzhou • Guilin • Harbin • Hefei • Hangzhou • Hiroshima • Hong Kong • Jakarta/Soekarno-Hatta • Karachi • Kuala Lumpur • Kunming • Lhasa • London/Heathrow • Los Angels • Madrid • Manila • Moscow/Sheremetyevo • Munich • Nanjing • Nanning • Nantong • New York/JFK • Osaka/Kansai • Paris/Charles de Gaulle • Qingdao • Rome • San Fransisco • Sau Paulo/Guarulhos • Sendai (suspended) • Shanghai/Hongquiao • Shanghai/Pudong • Shenyang • Shenzhen • Singapore (suspended) • Sydney • Taipei/Taoyuan • Taiyuan • Tianjin • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Urumqi • Weihai • Wenzhou • Wuhan • Xiamen • Xi'an • Yanji
Air France Paris/De Gaulle
Air India Dehli • Mumbai
Air Koryo Almaty • Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi • Beijing • Belgrade • Budapest • Busan • Cebu • Changchun • Chicago/O'Hare • Chongjin • Clark • Dalian • Daegu • Daejeon • Delhi • Everett City • Frankfurt • Fukuoka • Guangzhou • Guilin • Haeju • Hamhung • Hangzhou • Hanoi • Harbin • Hiroshima • Hong Kong • Honolulu • Incheon • Istanbul-Ataturk • Jeju • Johor Bahru • Kaeseong • Kanggye • Khabarovsk • Kilju • Kota Kinabalu • Kuala Lumpur • Kuwait City • London/Heathrow • Los Angeles • Manila • Mauyong • Moscow/Sheremetyevo • Nagoya/Chubu Centrair • Naha • Nampo • Nanjing • New Bay/Matagorda • New York/JFK • Osaka/Kansai • Palau • Paris/Charles de Gaulle • Phnom Penh • Phuket • Prague • Qingdao • Saigon • Samjiyon • San Fransisco • Seattle-Tacoma • Sendai • Shanghai/Pudong • Shenyang • Shenzhen • Singapore (suspended) • Sinuiju • Sofia • Sydney • Taipei/Taoyuan • Tashkent • Tianjin • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Toyohara • Trieste/Da Vinci • Vladivostok • Wonsan
Air Macau Macau
Air New Zealand Auckland • Christchruch
All Nippon Airways Beijing • Hangzhou • Los Angeles • Manila • Nagoya/Chubu Centrair • New York/JFK • Osaka/Kansai • San Fransisco • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Washington/Dulles
Asiana Airlines Beijing • Busan • Cebu • Changchun • Changsha • Chengdu • Dalian • Fukuoka • Fukushima (suspended) • Guangzhou • Guilin • Hangzhou • Hanoi • Harbin • Hiroshima • Hong Kong • Huangshan • Ibaraki • Jeju • Khabarovsk • Kumamoto • Manila • Matsuyama • Miyazaki • Nagoya/Chubu Centrair • Naha • Nanchang • Nanjing • Okinawa • Osaka/Kansai • Palau • Phuket • Qingdao • Saigon • Saipan • Sendai • Shanghai/Pudong • Shenzhen • Shizuoka • Singapore (suspended) • Taipei/Taoyuan • Tianjin • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Toyohara
Austrian Airlines Vienna
British Airways London/Heathrow
Cathay Pacific Hong Kong • Taipei/Taoyuan • Macau
Cebu Pacific Cebu • Manila
China Airlines Hong Kong • Kaohsiung • Taipei/Taoyuan
China Southern Airlines Beijing
Delta Air Lines Atlanta • Detroit • Los Angeles • San Fransisco • Seattle-Tacoma • Tokyo/Narita
EgyptAir Cairo (suspended)
Emirates Dubai
Ethiopian Airlines Addis Ababa
EuroAir Milan/Linate • Trieste/Da Vinci • Rome
EVA Air Taipei/Taoyuan
Everett Airways Anchorage • Everett City • Honolulu • New York/JFK • Toronto/Pearson • Washington/Dulles
Garuda Indonesia Denpasar/Ngurah Rai • Jakarta/Soekarno-Hatta
Hawaiian Airlines Honolulu
Iran Air Tehran/Ahmadabad
Japan Airlines Akita • Amsterdam • Aomori • Atlanta • Auckland • Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi • Beijing • Brisbane • Tokyo/Narita • Cairo (suspended) • Cebu • Changsha • Chiang Mai • Chicago/O'Hare • Dalian • Delhi • Denpasar/Ngurah Rai • Dubai • Everett City • Frankfurt • Fukuoka • Fukushima (suspended) • Guam • Guangzhou • Hakodate • Hanoi • Hong Kong • Honolulu • Jakarta/Soekarno-Hatta • Kaohsiung • Kagoshima • Kathmandu • Komatsu • Kuala Lumpur • Kuming • Las Vegas • London/Heathrow • Los Angeles • Madrid • Manila • Melbourne • Milan/Malpensa • Moscow/Domodedovo • Mumbai • Nadi • Nagasaki • Nagoya/Chubu Centrair • Naha • New York/JFK • Niigata • Oita • Okayama • Osaka/Itami • Osaka/Kansai • Paris/Charles de Gaulle • Phuket • Prague • Qingdao • Rome • Saint Petersburg • San Fransisco • Sao Paulo/Guaralhos • Sapporo/Chitose • Seattle-Tacoma • Sendai (suspended) • Shanghai/Pudong • Shenyang • Shenzhen • Shizuoka • Siem Reap • Singapore (suspended) • Sydney • Taipei/Taoyuan • Tashkent • Tel Aviv • Tianjin • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Toronto/Pearson • Ulan Bator • Vancouver • Vienna • Vladivostok • Washington/Dulles • Weihai • Wuhan • Xi'an • Xiamen • Yanji • Zagreb • Zhengzhou • Zurich
KFX Airlines Toyohara
KLM Amsterdam
Korean Air Amsterdam • Anchorage • Atlanta • Auckland • Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi • Beijing • Brisbane • Busan • Cairo • Cebu • Changsha • Chiang Mai • Chicago/O'Hare • Dalian • Denpasar/Ngurah Rai • Dubai • Everett City • Frankfurt • Fukuoka • Guam • Guangzhou • Hanoi • Hong Kong • Honolulu • Irkutsk • Istanbul/Ataturk • Jakarta/Soekarno-Hatta • jeju • Jinan • Kagoshima • Kathmandu • Kota Kinabalu • Kuala Lumpur • Kuming • Las Vegas • London/Heathrow • Los Angeles • Madrid • Manila • Melbourne • Milan/Malpensa • Moscow/Sheremetyevo • Mumbai • Nadi • Nagoya/Chubu Centrair • New Bay/Matagorda • New York/JFK • Niigata • Osaka/Kansai • Paris/Charles de Gaulle • Phnom Penh • Phuket • Prague • Qingdao • Rome • San Fransisco • Sao Paulo/Guaralhos • Sapporo/Chitose • Seattle-Tacoma • Shanghai/Pudong • Shenyang • Shenzhen • Shizuoka • Siem Reap • Singapore (suspended) • Sydney • Taipei/Taoyuan • Tashkent • Tel Aviv • Tianjin • Tokyo/Haneda • Tokyo/Narita • Toronto/Pearson • Trieste/Da Vinci • Ulan Bator • Urumqi/FAF Luntai • Vancouver • Vienna • Vladivostok • Washington/Dulles • Weihai • Wuhan • Xi'an • Xiamen • Yanji • Zagreb • Zhengzhou • Zurich
Lufthansa Berlin/Tegel • Frankfurt • Munich
Malaysia Airlines Kota Kinabalu • Kuala Lumpur • Kuching
Mandarin Airlines Taipei/Taoyuan
Philippine Airlines Cebu • Manila
Qatar Airlines Doha
Qantas Sydney
Singapore Airlines Los Angeles (suspended) • San Fransisco (suspended) • Singapore (suspended)
South American Air São Paulo/Federal • Montevideo/Carrassco • Rio de Janeiro/Galeão • Buenos Aires/Minstro Pinstarini • Manaus/Eduardo Gomes • Caracas/Símon Bolívar • Maracaibo/La Chinita • Bogota/El Dorado • Santiago/Pudahual
SriLankan Airlines Colombo • Male
Swiss International Air Lines Zurich
Thai Airways International Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi • Hong Kong • Taipei/Taoyuan
Turkish Airlines Istanbul/Ataturk
United Airlines Chicago/O'Hare • Guam • Hong Kong [begins October 30] • Houston/Bush • Newark/Liberty • San Fransisco • Tokyo-Narita • Washington/Dulles
Uzbekistan Airways Tashkent

Ground Transportation[]

North Capital Airport is accessible by rail and road.

Rail[]

The North Capital International Airport Railway Station is located in the Airport Ground Transportation Center, connected by skybridge to Wing C. The Airport is serviced by Seogyeong Metropolitan Subway Airport Express trains, which provide a direct connection from the airport to Seogyeong Station and New Seogyeong Station. Trains average the trip to New Seogyeong in 15 minutes, and Seogyeong in 30 minutes. Regular Gyeongui Line trains, connecting the airport with Sinuiju and Seoul, and Sunan Line trains, connecting close-in Seogyeong suburbs, also serve the airport rail station.

Station Distance from Airport[]

  • North Capital International Airport
  • North Capital International Airport Cargo Center (3 min)
  • North Sunan (5 min)
  • Sunan (7 min)
  • Chaegyeong (9 min)
  • Jomyeong (11 min)
  • New Seogyeong (15 min)
  • Hwanggumbol (22 min)
  • Seogyeong (30 min)

Car[]

Parking is available for up to 15,000 cars, 10,000 long term and 5,000 short term. Car rentals are located near long term parking lots, approximately 2 km from the terminals. A shuttle train is available from long term parking and rental car area to the main terminals.

The Sunan Expressway, a toll expressway between the airport and downtown Sunan, connects the airport and services area with National Expressway 1W, which travels between Sinuiju, Seogyeong, Seoul, and Busan.

Military Use[]

The Air Forces station is home to the second air wing, tasked with defense of the capital city, and Air Forces One and Air Forces Two. A military command center is located here if an emergency takes place and Federation Center is inaccessible. The Air Forces also have exclusive use of two runways, M30L/12R and M35L/17R.

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