The second-largest South Korean airline, Asiana Airlines was founded in 1988. It is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, with its main hub at Seoul Incheon International Airport. It offers both luxury and cheap flights to various destinations across the world. As of 2018, Asiana Airlines operates a fleet that consists of A380-800, A350-900, B747-400, B777-200ER, B767-300, A330-300, A321-neo, A321-100/200, and A320-200 aircrafts. Its logo consists of a diagonally-turned red arrow which looks like an uncrossed “A”, pointing upwards in the direction of the sky. To the left of the logo, the words “Asiana Airlines” appear in black.
With Asiana Airlines, book flights that travel to South Korea, Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, the US, Europe, Oceania, and Central Asia. You can book Asiana Airlines tickets to some of the world’s most popular destinations such as Rome, Sydney, Istanbul, Paris, Venice, New York, Manila, Tokyo, Beijing, and Chengdu.
Each carry-on luggage must not exceed 10 kg in weight and 62 inches in dimensions. Business Class passengers are permitted two carry-on pieces whereas Economy class passengers can carry only one.
Checked baggage rules are as below:
Unaccompanied minors (ages 5-12 on domestic flights and 5-11 on international flights) will be accompanied by the staff-in-charge from the check-in counter until boarding but must be accompanied by a guardian at the departure airport. Upon arrival, they are accompanied by the staff until they meet a guardian at the airport.
Adult passengers can travel with cats, dogs, or pet birds. One pet, not weighing more than 7 kg (including the cage), is permitted in the cabin. Two pets, not weighing more than 45 kg (including the cage) are permitted as checked baggage.
Passengers can enjoy a variety of meals and beverages on an Asiana Airlines flight. The following amenities are available to different classes -
Asiana Airlines check-in can be done 48 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure. Passengers can get their boarding passes printed in advance to avoid long queues at the airport.
Asiana Airlines has been designated a 5-star airline by Skytrax since 2003 and is part of the largest alliance - Star Alliance. Its frequent flyer program, Asiana Club, allows frequent passengers to earn miles, get offers on car rentals, hotel room discounts, and shopping deals. A special program also exists for children less than 12 years of age called Magic Miles.
All policies related to baggage, in-flight amenities, and Asiana Airlines ticket prices are subject to change by the airline without prior notice. Therefore, passengers are recommended to go through the policies before making any Asiana Airlines reservations.
"...it was Fly.com that found the best bargain..."
We search 500+ sites to find you the cheapest flights.
Fare Calendars show the best prices over the next 180 days on 2000+ routes.
If it's cheaper to travel to/from a nearby airport, we'll alert you.
We search Expedia, Orbitz and others for packages that can save you even more.
AS SEEN ON