Priority clearance service for traffic-vulnerable people
An identification sticker is put on the boarding pass of the disabled, the elderly, an expecting mother, and a customer with infant/child younger than 18 months so that they can be security-cleared with priority.
The disabled who are capable of walking, the elderly older than 80, an expecting mother, or a customer with infant/child younger than 18 months, or up to 3 accompanying passengers
How to access
Get an eligibility confirmation at the airline check-in counter to have the “Priority Security Scan for Traffic-Vulnerable People” put on the back of the boarding pass
Present the boarding pass with the sticker at the traffic-vulnerable people priority security stand (Stand 1) on Floor 1 of Domestic Terminal.
Inquire at the airline’s check-in counter
I am a traffic-vulnerable person, but I did not get the sticker. Can I still go through the priority security clearance?
You must have the sticker to access the priority security clearance - Be sure to ask for it at the airline’s check-in counter.
Do all passengers eligible for the priority clearance need to put on the sticker?
Have the sticker affixed on the boarding pass so that you and up to 3 accompanying passengers can access the priority clearance
Does this apply to both domestic and international flights?
This service is only available for domestic flights departing from Gimpo Airport.