Asiana Airlines – Cheap Flights
Asiana Airlines, one of the two major airlines of South Korea, was founded in 1988 as several powerful groups decided to break into the market practically monopolized by Korean Air. Originally known as Seoul Air International, Asiana Airlines rapidly expanded its fleet and destinations. The airline now flies to about 14 domestic (within South Korea) destinations and about 90 worldwide.
Asiana Airlines works on being environmentally friendly, from banning the sale of cigarettes to coordinating with the Rainforest Alliance for it coffee. On-time performance in 2017 ranged from a low of 57.3% in one month to a high of 74.4% in another.
Asiana Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance, which has many members, such as United Airlines, Lufthansa and Air Nippon. The company codeshares with some of its Star Alliance partners as well as other airlines, such as Qantas. Asiana has two airline subsidiaries: Air Busan and Air Seoul.
Asiana Airlines US Destinations
- Chicago, IL: Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
- Honolulu, HI: Honolulu International Airport (HNL)
- Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
- New York City, NY: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
- San Francisco, CA: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
- Seattle, WA: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
Asiana Airlines Domestic (South Korea) Destinations
Asiana Airlines International Destinations
- Belgium: Brussels
- China: Beijing Changchun, Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Guangzhou, Guilin, Hangzhou, Harbin, Huangshan, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Weihai, Xi’an, Yanji, Yantai
- Germany: Frankfurt,
- Hong Kong: Hong Kong
- India: Delhi
- Indonesia: Jakarta
- Japan: Fukuoka, Miyazaki, Nagoya, Naha, Osaka, Sapporo, Sendai, Tokyo
- Kazakhstan: Almaty, Astana
- Philippines: Cebu, Clark, Manila
- Russia: Khabarovsk, Moscow, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
- Thailand: Bangkok,
- Turkey: Istanbul
- United Kingdom: London
- Vietnam: Da Nang, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang
Asiana Airlines Hubs & Focus Cities
- Gimpo International Airport (GMP). Formerly known as Kimpo Airport, this airport is about 9 miles west of downtown Seoul at an elevation of 58 feet above sea level. With a significant role in the Korean War, this airport used to be the most important airport for Seoul, but the construction of Incheon means that airport has taken over most, but not all, of Seoul’s international traffic. Gimpo has three terminals, two for passengers and one for cargo. Asiana uses both terminals, as one serves domestic flights and the other serves the international traffic.
- Incheon International Airport (ICN). Incheon was built on reclaimed land between the islands Yeongjong Youngyu, at an elevation of 23 feet above sea level. Incheon is one of the world’s busiest airports and has been ranked the world’s best airport many times. It has two terminals and a concourse. Terminal 1 is South Korea’s largest airport terminal; Asiana Airlines uses Terminal 1.
- Gimhae International Airport (PUS). Formerly known as Kimhae International Airport, this airport is on the western side of Busan at an elevation of 6 feet above sea level. As passenger traffic is increasing, the airport is working on plans for expansion.
- Jeju International Airport (CJU). Located on the island of Jeju and serving the city of Jeju, this airport is situated 118 feet above sea level. Because of high passenger traffic a second airport on the island is being planned, near the city of Seogwipo.
Asiana Airlines Fleet
- Airbus A320-200: 7 in service, each seats 159 passengers
- Airbus A321-100: 2 in service, each seats 200 passengers
- Airbus A321-200: 17 in service, each seats 171 to 195 passengers
- Airbus A330-300: 15 in service, each seats 275 or 290 passengers
- Airbus A350-900: 4 in service, each seats 311 passengers
- Airbus A380-800: 6 in service, each seats 495 passengers
- Boeing 747-400: 2 in service, each seats 398 passengers
- Boeing 767-300: 7 in service, each seats 250 to 290 passengers
- Boeing 777-200ER: 9 in service, each seats 295 to 301 passengers
Asiana Baggage Information
When you fly Asiana on an international flight from Seoul, you are treated with restaurant-quality, traditional Korean food as part of the in-flight meal service. Asiana Airlines collaborates with several top restaurants and chefs to create the menu. First Class passengers are asked to make their menu request when they make their reservation, as food is prepared 24 hours before departure.
Asiana flights to the United States have a specific baggage policy compared to some other routes. Carry-on bags are not allowed to be bigger than 45.25 linear inches nore weight more than 22 pounds. First class passengers are allowed two such bags, while economy are allowed one. With checked luggage, the size cannot exceed 62 linear inches, and all bags should not be heavier than 70 pounds. The first two checked bags are free.
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