Asiana Airlines Cheap Flights, Flight Deals, and Airline Tickets

Asiana Airlines is one of the two major airlines in South Korea, the other being Korean Air. The airline is headquartered in Seoul and was formerly known as Seoul Air International. Asiana Airlines has a separate domestic and international hub, with its international hub located at the Incheon International Airport and its domestic hub located at the Gimpo International Airport. A member of the Star Alliance, Asiana Airlines operates throughout Asia, Oceania, Europe, and North America with 90 international routes, 14 domestic routes, and 27 cargo routes.

The airline began operations in 1988 with flights to Gwangju and Busan. In 1989, Asiana Airlines added new domestic routes and began flying its first international route to Japan. In the early 1990s, the airline continued to expand its network of destinations in Japan and throughout Asia, and it also added its first transpacific flight to Los Angeles. Routes to Europe and Honolulu were added in the mid-1990s. Asiana Airlines became a full member of the Star Alliance in 2003 and added many new Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 aircraft to its fleet in 2004.

Asiana Airlines is a 5-star certified airline by Skytrax, and it was also named the World's Best Airline at the 2010 Skytrax World Airline Awards. It had likewise been named Airline of the Year by Air Transport World in 2009. On top of being recognized for its customer service and on-board amenities, Asiana Airlines is also known for being among the most environmentally conscious airlines in the world. The company has a program in place to measure and reduce emissions, and it has also partnered with the Rainforest Alliance for coffee served onboard Asiana Airlines flights.

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Asiana Airlines Fleet

Asiana Airlines operates over 70 passenger aircraft. Its fleet consists largely of Airbus models, but the airline flies over 20 Boeing planes as well. Short- and mid-range Asiana Airlines flights are handled largely by the Airbus A320-200, A321-100, and A321-200, while long-range flights are handled by the Airbus A330-300, Boeing 777-200ER, and Boeing 747-400. Asiana Airlines also operates the Boeing 767-300, Airbus A350-900, and Airbus A380-800 – the first Airbus aircraft with two floors.

The Asiana Airlines fleet can fly you away to 90 destinations in over 20 different countries. The airline services 11 airports in South Korea, 22 in China, 10 in Japan, and 10 in the United States. It is one of the largest foreign airlines operating in Mainland China.

Domestic Destinations Served by Asiana Airlines

  • Incheon International Airport; Seoul
  • Gimpo International Airport; Seoul
  • Jeju International Airport; Jeju
  • Gimhae International Airport; Busan
  • Cheongju International Airport; Cheongju
  • Daegu International Airport; Daegu
  • Gwangju Airport; Gwangju
  • Sacheon Airport; Jinju
  • Muan International Airport; Muan
  • Ulsan Airport; Ulsan
  • Yeosu Airport; Yeosu

10 International Destinations Served by Asiana Airlines

  • Beijing Capital International Airport; Beijing, China
  • Hong Kong International Airport; Hong Kong
  • Frankfurt Airport; Frankfurt, Germany
  • Haneda International Airport; Tokyo, Japan
  • Ninoy Aquino International Airport; Manila, Philippines
  • Chicago O'Hare International Airport; Chicago, United States
  • Noi Bai International Airport; Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Istanbul Atatürk International Airport; Istanbul, Turkey
  • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport; Taipei, Taiwan
  • Soekarno–Hatta International Airport; Jakarta, Indonesia

If your Asiana Airlines flight will be taking you to Seoul, then take a look at Skyscanner's travel guide to Seoul before you jet off to learn a bit about the city, such as its climate, transportation, landmarks, and dining opportunities. You'll certainly want to sample the cuisine in Seoul and around the entire country, as South Korea is easily one of the top food tourism destinations in the world.

Why Fly with Asiana Airlines

Loyalty Programs, Discounts and Miles promotions

Asiana Airlines offers a frequent flier program known as Asiana Club. Members receive miles when they fly on Asiana Airlines flights or when using the services of Asiana Airline partners. Miles can be redeemed on flight awards, seat upgrades, lounge access, additional baggage allowances, and a variety of other perks and benefits. Asiana Club membership is divided into tiers, beginning with a basic Silver membership card. By acquiring mileage, you can upgrade to an Elite membership with a Gold, Diamond, Diamond Plus, or Platinum card. Higher membership levels afford additional benefits, such as dedicated check-in counters and priority baggage processing.

Because Asiana Airlines is a Star Alliance member, you can accrue miles when flying with any other Star Alliance member airline as well. Flying Etihad Airways or Qatar Airways as an Asiana Club member will also allow you to earn Asiana Club miles.

How to Check In, Seating Assignment, Leg Room and Other Fees

When it's time to check in for your Asiana Airlines flight, you can do so at the airport check-in counter, at the airport check-in kiosk, from a computer at home or at your hotel, or from your mobile device. By using online check-in, you can print your boarding pass before you arrive at the airport or you can have it sent to your mobile device. A mobile boarding pass does not need to be printed and can be presented shown directly off your screen.

Though passengers are prompted to choose their seats during the Asiana Airlines check-in process, you can also choose your seats ahead of time online with Advance Seat Reservation. This will give you the ability to choose more preferred seating.

Baggage Allowance and Fees

Asiana Airlines allows a relatively generous 10 kg for carry-on baggage, as long as the total dimensions of the baggage do not exceed 115 cm. Economy Class passengers may bring one piece of carry-on baggage on board with them, while First and Business Class Asiana Airlines passengers may bring up to two.

The airline has different baggage allowances for free checked baggage based on route. Passengers may bring up to 20 kg in checked baggage on Asiana Airlines domestic routes. Economy passengers on international, non-American routes may bring one piece of checked baggage weighing up to 23 kg, Business Class passengers may bring two pieces weighing up to 32 kg, and First Class passengers may bring up to three pieces weighing up to 32 kg. Business and First Class passengers have the same allowances on American routes, while Economy Passengers can bring up to two 23 kg pieces of luggage.

You will be charged an extra baggage fee for any extra bags exceeding your allowable limit at a rate of CAD 200 on Asiana Airlines routes to and from the U.S. Extra baggage fees will vary based on destination on non-U.S. routes. Extra fees also apply to any baggage which is overweight or oversized.

Service On Board: In-flight Entertainment and Meals

Asiana Airlines in-flight entertainment systems come with a handset that can be used to select audio and video on demand, tune in to television channels, or play a variety of video games. When playing games, the handset is held horizontally and used much like a typical gaming console's controller.

Asiana Airlines is known for its in-flight meal service. Free hot food is offered on all long-haul flights, with two free hot meals provided for flights over eight hours in duration. Passengers typically get to choose between a Korean and a Western option. A variety of special meals are available for people with dietary restrictions, though you must place your order for a special meal at least 24 hours ahead of time.

Child Fares/Fees, Minor Service guidelines

Planning to travel with your child? On Asiana Airlines, babies under two years of age can fly free on domestic flights and at 10% of an adult fare on international flights as long as they do not occupy their own seat. Children under two who do occupy a seat require the purchase of a child's ticket.

Asiana Airlines offers unaccompanied minor service for children who are travelling alone. On domestic flights, the service is free and required for children five to 11 years of age, while on international flights the service is available for an extra charge and mandatory for children five to 12 years of age. Asiana Airlines also offers optional youth service on international flights for minors between 12 and 17 years of age for a fee of USD 150.

Pet Policy

Asiana Airlines allows passengers to travel with pet dogs, cats, and birds. A single adult passenger may bring one pet into the cabin or check up to two pets into the cargo hold. Pets are permitted in the passenger cabin as long as the total weight of the animal and its carrier does not exceed 7 kg and the total dimensions of the carrier do not exceed 115 cm. Pets that exceed these limits must travel as checked baggage. An animal will be allowed in the cargo hold as long as its total weight, carrier included, does not exceed 45 kg and as long as the carrier does not exceed 285 cm in dimensions.

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