- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary hot buffet
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Complimentary liquor
- Air conditioning
- Conference rooms
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
The Sky Hub Lounge at Seoul’s Incheon airport Concourse A (the remote terminal dedicated to foreign airlines) is the newest pay-per-use club operated by the airport as part of a vast array of transit services. The club welcomes all travelers, regardless of airline or class of service, for a fee, as well as members of popular lounge programs such as Priority Pass and Diners Club.
There are two additional Sky Hub Lounges in the main terminal across gates 11 and 43. All three locations feature substantially the same amenities, although the new club in Concourse A is much smaller.
To reach the lounge, take the train to Concourse A, then make your way to the mezzanine level, where all airline clubs are located. Note: do not attempt to use the remote concourse location if you are not departing from the main terminal, as you will not be able to get back to the main terminal without assistance and an escort.
Sky Hub Lounge ICN design
The Sky Hub Lounge at Seoul Incheon airport Concourse A is an intimate space, with seating for approximately 40 passengers.
The design is resolutely modern, with dominant white tones accentuated by bright LED lighting, clean lines, and designer furniture. The club lacks exterior views and receives limited daylight; it looks pristine, but somewhat bland and impersonal.
The seating layout is compact, though not uncomfortably so. All seats come with a coffee table and side table, an individual lamp, and power and USB outlets. By the windows are a few more private egg chairs flanked by floor standing lamps. There is also limited counter-style seating overlooking the concourse.
The space was clearly designed with the solo travelers in mind, though couples will find a handful of dining tables for two next to the buffet area.
Sky Hub Lounge ICN amenities
The Sky Hub Lounge at Incheon’s airport boasts a generous buffet, which is remarkably superior to Asiana’s and Korean Airlines’ offering at their flagship business class lounges.
Patrons will find a bibimpab bar, a salad bar, instant noodles, six hot entrees, and various snacks. The spread features Asian staples such as noodle and rice dishes, spring rolls, and seafood. While the refined palate may find the dishes relatively simple, the selection is nonetheless substantial and fit for a full meal on the ground.
The beverage selection is less impressive. There is an espresso machine, a soda fountain, beer on tap, and a few bottles of wine for self-service in a cooler.
The Sky Hub Lounge lacks a bathroom—a glaring omission for a brand new club—but public facilities are located nearby. The airport also operates complimentary showers for transit passengers, which Sky Hub Lounge guests are welcome to use as well.
Secure Wi-Fi is available throughout. Other amenities include a shared computer and a printer, and a selection of newspapers and magazines.
Sky Hub Lounge ICN bottom line
The Sky Hub Lounge at Seoul’s Incheon airport Concourse A features a fresh, smartly designed and well-appointed sitting area. The layout is compact, the club lacks daylight and a bathroom, but the excellent buffet makes the Sky Hub Lounge well worth the cost of admission.
Sky Hub Lounge at Seoul - Incheon (ICN) welcomes:
- All passengers, regardless of airline and class of service, for a fee.
- Select premium customers and elite members departing on an airline served by this lounge (see Airlines tab).
You may have access to Sky Hub Lounge as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.
|Bamboo Airways (QH)||China Southern (CZ)|