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Asiana Airlines

Asiana Airlines is a niche carrier based in Seoul, South Korea. Asiana operates daily services from Sydney to Seoul on to America, Europe, India and many more. Asiana also flies to 19 cities in China, 16 in Japan as well as South East Asia, Eastern Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and many domestic locations.

Asiana also offers transit accommodation to selected destinations for passengers with a next day connection including return transfers, dinner, accommodation and breakfast. On international flights, Asiana offers two booking options - Business and Economy.

Business class


Business Class seating includes new capsule style seats reclining to 161 degrees with a seat pitch of 50 inches.


Asiana Airlines was presented with the Mercury Award in 2006 in the food and beverage category from the International Travel Catering Association. It also collected the Cellars in the Sky award for the range of fine wines and champagne served onboard.


Watch a movie using the Audio-Video On-Demand (AVOD) service and individual monitor, make a phone call or even SMS.

Economy class


Asiana's Economy Class seats have a seat pitch of 32 inches and a recline of 108 degrees, making them cosy and comfortable.


Asiana Airlines provides unique and elegant in-flight meals including Western and Asian cuisine. The departure country's food is served as the basic menu according to the operating route.


All seats are equipped with an Audio-Video On-Demand (AVOD) service, as well as 6.5 inch LCD monitor.

Clubs, lounges & alliances


The Asiana Club is free to join and, as part of the Star Alliance, earns you points/miles on all Star Alliance member carriers and selected partners.


In Sydney, enjoy the Qantas Business Class lounge. In Incheon a number of lounge facilities are available to eligible passengers.


Asiana is a member of the respected Star Alliance network.

The last word

Asiana was awarded a five-star rating by industry surveys and has won the Best In-flight Service and Best Flight Attendants award for three years in a row.

Asiana Airlines was the first carrier to obtain the ISO14001 (environmental management system) certification in 1995, and defined the environment as a matter for decision-making. Consequently, Asiana Airlines recognises the social responsibility for environmental pollution prevention. To prevent environmental pollution, Asiana has established an environmental policy and objectives to tackle the problem.

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