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Asiana Airlines, one of South Korea's two major airlines, flies to approximately 80 destinations in more than 20 countries. Founded in 1988, Asiana has hubs at Incheon International Airport, Gimpo International Airport, Gimhae International Airport and Jeju International Airport.
Asiana provides up to three classes of service on its flights.
First Class passengers enjoy fully lie-flat seats, complimentary meal and beverage service, amenity kits, pajamas, noise-canceling headphones, and audio and video on-demand entertainment systems, featuring movies, music and games. First Class passengers also have access to the First Class and Business Class lounges along their journey.
Business Class passengers enjoy angled-lie flat seats, complimentary meal or snack service, amenity kits on routes to the US, Europe and Australia and depending on the aircraft, audio and video on-demand entertainment systems, offering movies, music and games. Business Class passengers also have access to the Business Class lounges along their journey. Asiana is rolling out new fully lie-flat seats in Business Class on key international business routes.
Travel Class is how Asiana brands its economy cabin. Travel Class passengers enjoy complimentary meal or snack service and depending on the aircraft, audio and video on-demand entertainment systems with movies, music and games.
All passengers receive complimentary beverage and meal or snack service. Asiana serves a variety of Korean, Chinese, Japanese and western dishes. On long-haul flights from Seoul, First Class passengers can enjoy Korean food from the Institute of Korean Royal Cuisine and can reserve their meal in advance. Passengers may enjoy Ssambap and Bibimbap, as well as other Korean dishes, depending on the route.
First Class passengers and, depending on the aircraft, Business Class and Travel Class passengers have an entertainment system with audio and video on demand, offering movies, music and games.
First Class passengers and, depending on the aircraft, Business Class and Travel Class passengers, have 110V AC power outlets, which can be used to power a laptop. On certain aircraft, passengers may send and receive e-mail and SMS text messages and have access to satellite phone service for a fee.
Asiana's fleet includes the following aircraft types*:
*Please note that Asiana may have several configurations of a specific aircraft type, so please check SeatGuru for seat map information and recommendations on the best seats for your flight.
Asiana is a member of the Star Alliance network, which has more than twenty airline members including the following:
Additionally, Asiana partners with many other airlines, including the following:
Asiana Club is Asiana's frequent flyer loyalty program.
Asiana Club Diamond and Platinum members are recognized as Star Alliance Gold members when traveling on Star Alliance airlines and have access to Star Alliance members' owned lounges with the Star Alliance Gold logo at the entrance.