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Ulsan Airport started operation as Ulsan Airfield in November 1970 in Songjeong-dong, Buk-gu, Ulsan Metropolitan City, with Korean Air launching the Ulsan – Seoul route as a regular route.It was temporarily suspended in 1973 followed by full closure in 1974, but the regular Ulsan-Seoul route was resumed by Korean Air in 1984.In March 1992, Asiana Airlines launched the Ulsan-Seoul route, and Korean Air started the Ulsan-Jeju route in February 1993. Asiana Airlines also commissioned the same route in May 1993.The passenger terminal was expanded in December 1997 for 60,000 flights serving 2,410,000 passengers yearly, with a parking lot accommodating up to 500 vehicles.
2003 ~ 2007
Opened the Ulsan branch of Korea Airports Corporation
Relocated to the new Passenger Terminal
Suspended operation due to runway expansion work
Commissioned the Jeju route of Asiana Airline
Commissioned the Jeju route of Korean Air
Asiana Airlines started operation (multiple civil aircraft)
Operation acquired by the Korea Airport Authority
Recommissioned regular routes of Korean Air
Opened Ulsan Airfield with the commissioning of Korean Air