Air PREMIA is a South Korean airline that offers both international and domestic services, but with a particular focus on long-haul routes. The airline is based at Incheon International Airport, Seoul and has long-term goals to serve destinations in Southeast Asia, North America and Europe.
Air PREMIA was established in 2017 under the name AP Air. A year later the airline renamed itself Air PREMA, which it now operates as today. The airline applied for an Air Carrier License and Business License in late 2018. The airline expects to gain all necessary licenses in 2019 and then will prepare to operate flights in the earl stages of 2020.
Air PREMIA doesn't have any aircraft within its fleet at the moment. However, its expected to use either Airbus A330-900 or Boeing B787-9 to operate services when it does launch.
Incheon International Airport, or Seoul–Incheon International Airport, is an international airport in South Korea and the hub airport for Air PREMIA. Incheon International is the main airport in South Korea and one of the biggest in the world by size and passenger traffic.
The airport is unique in the fact that it has interesting facilities outside of the norm. These facilities include the likes of a casino, a golf course, a spa and a museum. Seoul–Incheon International Airport opened in 2001 and was built to replace the old Gimpo International Airport as the main international airport in South Korea.
Incheon International Airport is also a hub for a number of different airlines, including air Incheon, Air Seoul, Asiana Airlines, Eastar Jet, Fedex Express, Jeju Air, Jin Air, Korean Air and Polar Air Cargo.